Long Term Care

In 2011, the nation’s Baby Boomers started turning 65. Over the next eighteen years, 80 million Americans will turn 50. With this unprecedented increase in our aging population, long term care has become an increasingly important issue.

Long Term Care (LTC) is needed when a chronic condition such as Alzheimer’s or stroke makes it too difficult to function independently. It covers a broad spectrum of services from home care to adult day care and assisted living, to nursing facility care.

LTC insurance may be your best option to help cover the future costs of care. It protects assets from serious erosion, while allowing access to quality care in the most appropriate and desirable setting. Some consider LTC insurance a gift to their families, unburdening them from caregiving responsibilities, while at the same time, providing “inheritance insurance.”

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Important Considerations

It makes financial sense to consider Long Term Care insurance now because securing coverage today is far more economical than applying in the future.

Buy Before Your Next Birthday. Your age when you apply will impact your premium payments for as long as you have insurance. Once you’re insured, premiums do not increase just because you get older. Waiting doesn’t pay—if you purchase sooner, you will pay less over time.

Chances Are You’ll Never Be Healthier. You’ll save significantly—as much as 20% annually—if you qualify for a preferred health discount. You’ll receive the discount for the lifetime of the policy, regardless of future health changes. As you age, your chances of qualifying for preferred rates will likely diminish. If you wait too long, a sudden decline in health could even become a barrier to obtaining coverage.

Schedule your no-obligation 15-minute telephone consultation today. Compare rates and features from five leading insurers. Sponsored group, preferred health, and married/partner discounts available.

Getting Started

Taking the first steps can be intimidating. Our Long Term Care specialists are here to assist. Using their considerable experience, they’ll help you navigate the options to find the best Long Term Care insurance for you.

Our Long Term Care advisors specialize in Long Term Care insurance—it’s the only thing they do. They’re not affiliated with any single insurance company and, therefore, they have no insurance company bias. They’ll help analyze your family’s circumstances and recommend a plan customized for your needs and your budget.

For information without obligation:
Call 800-704-9233, weekdays 8:30am – 5:00pm Pacific Time, and by appointment.

E-mail info@meyerandassoc.com to request additional information, ask a specific question, or arrange a phone appointment.

You will incur no cost to ask questions, but the advice you receive could be priceless.

*Not all discounts available in all states.

Costs of long term care

Interactive cost of care map

Buying Smart, Young and Healthy

Avoid the cost of waiting

Federal Government long term care web site

the National Clearinghouse for Long Term Care Information website

Our partner, Long Term Care Associates (LTCA), offers Long Term Care insurance plans from a range of the leading insurance carriers in the industry including Genworth, Mutual of Omaha, John Hancock, and Transamerica. Their “best choice” model provides individuals with the flexibility to choose a plan that suits their unique circumstances.

Headquartered in Bellevue, WA, LTCA is proud to have pioneered Long Term Care insurance in 1974 and remains focused exclusively on the Long Term Care insurance marketplace. LTCA is licensed in 48 states and serves over five million members of sponsoring organizations.

LTCA’s agents are seasoned professionals whose Long Term Care experience ranges from three to 15 years. Each advisor is fully trained, licensed and credentialed, and focused exclusively on Long Term Care insurance. Among the 40,000 professionals who market Long Term Care, LTCA’s producers have each been ranked in the top 1% by the American Association for Long Term Care insurance.

Rating Service: A.M. Best Moody’s Standard & Poors Fitch Ratings
Partners
Mutual of Omaha A+
(superior)
A1
(good)
AA-
(very strong)
not rated
Transamerica Life Ins. Co. A+
(superior)
A1
(good)
AA-
(very strong)
A+
(very strong)

Third Party Ratings Reports. Current ratings as of November 2017.