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2011 December : Long Term Care Insurance Network

Cost of insurance angers seniors

By administrator | Dec 31, 2011

Cost of insurance angers seniorsNews from South Bend Tribune: MINNEAPOLIS — When Dean Di Tosto bought long-term care insurance in 1998, he believed he was locking in a low rate. Now the 83-year-old Minnetonka, Minn., resident feels duped. His insurance company, John Hancock, raised the premiums twice in the past three years. The payments could [...]

Some Long-Term-Care Insurance Is Better Than None

By administrator | Dec 30, 2011

Some Long-Term-Care Insurance Is Better Than NoneNews from Smart Money: The best is the enemy of the good. Or so said Voltaire, the French philosopher. I could be wrong, but…I think he was talking about long-term-care insurance — and how to fix what is probably the biggest hole in your plans for retirement. This all [...]

Long-Term Care Insurance Is Expensive

By administrator | Dec 29, 2011

Long-Term Care Insurance Is ExpensiveNews from Huffington Post: This may scare the bejesus out of you. And I hope so. Lately, I’ve been spending too much time in the company of boomers who act like we’re invincible. According to a Met Life survey of long-term care costs, it will take more than $ 87,000 to [...]

Some Long-Term-Care Insurance Is Better Than None

By administrator | Dec 28, 2011

Some Long-Term-Care Insurance Is Better Than NoneNews from Smart Money: The best is the enemy of the good. Or so said Voltaire, the French philosopher. I could be wrong, but…I think he was talking about long-term-care insurance — and how to fix what is probably the biggest hole in your plans for retirement. This all [...]

Long-Term Care Insurance Is Expensive

By administrator | Dec 27, 2011

Long-Term Care Insurance Is ExpensiveNews from Huffington Post: This may scare the bejesus out of you. And I hope so. Lately, I’ve been spending too much time in the company of boomers who act like we’re invincible. According to a Met Life survey of long-term care costs, it will take more than $ 87,000 to [...]

Palm Beach County plans ‘Medical Home Day’

By administrator | Dec 26, 2011

Palm Beach County plans ‘Medical Home Day’News from Sun Sentinel: Palm Beach County’s “Medical Home Day” aims to find a doctor and long-term care for the unemployed and others struggling to afford health insurance. What started as an idea for a one-spot gathering of volunteer doctors and patients in need has grown into coordinating clinics [...]

With the C.L.A.S.S. Act Seemingly Scrapped, Robert Cardona LTC Insurance Solutions Says It’s Time to Look Into Long Term Care Insurance

By administrator | Dec 25, 2011

With the C.L.A.S.S. Act Seemingly Scrapped, Robert Cardona LTC Insurance Solutions Says It’s Time to Look Into Long Term Care InsuranceNews from PRWeb: Beaumont, California (PRWEB) December 19, 2011 The Obama Administration just recently decided to scrap the C.L.A.S.S. Act, which would have been the first national, government run Long Term Care insurance program in [...]

How Ready Are You for Long-Term Care?

By administrator | Dec 24, 2011

How Ready Are You for Long-Term Care?News from Yahoo Finance: MetLife sells insurance, lots of it. So, you probably wouldn’t expect its corporate mascot, Snoopy, to tell you the reasons not to buy its products. Still, the company commissions a lot of well-conceived research on consumer knowledge about insurance. Now, Best Life readers are, like [...]

Genworth Financial Downgraded

By administrator | Dec 23, 2011

Genworth Financial DowngradedNews from Zacks.com: Redirect Notice  The previous page is sending you to http://www.zacks.com/stock/news/66725/Genworth%20Financial%20Downgraded .  If you do not want to visit that page, you can return to the previous page…………… continues on Zacks.com … Read the full article . Related News: . .

Needs for senior living

By administrator | Dec 22, 2011

Needs for senior livingNews from Hernando Today: By ANNA LAMY | Hernando TodayPublished: December 22, 2011 Updated: December 22, 2011 – 12:00 AM The first of the Baby Boomers began reaching age 65 this year. By 2030, the number of people 65 and older will comprise 20 percent, or about 71 million people, of the [...]

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