|Long-Term Care Planning
One of the differences between people who are usually happy and those who are routinely miserable is the ability to regroup and to have a Plan B in reserve when Plan A doesn't work out despite their best efforts.
I have encountered one family who made reasonable plans for long-term care with insurance through their employment, only to run into a problem when after their retirement, the company went into bankruptcy. The insurance they had relied on, no longer existed. New plans had to be made.
Another couple in their mid eighties finally closed their business, they began reviewing their estate plans including their long-term care insurance coverage and realized that it was woefully inadequate by today’s standards. They need help to determine their best Plan B.
Read more about creating your Plan B for long-term care on Leigh's blog.
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