It is important that financial professionals understand the financial product options that have the potential to provide financial resources to offset the cost of a long-term care event. However, it’s not enough just to understand what the options are…
As many in our society near retirement age, a major worry is whether their income will last through retirement and if their desired outcomes will be in jeopardy due to a long-term care event. Is that likely?
While many people have a “rainy day” fund, a lot of times it can be in a form of a savings or checking account at the local bank. The question becomes what will this money be used for? Vacation, second home, charity, etc. Insurance professionals should review their clients’ portfolios to make sure they have enough protection in case of death and/or health issues.
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