How Should You Pay for Long-Term Care?

Money and Pills

How Should You Pay for Long-Term Care? Written By: Ryan Rink, CFP®, ChFC®, CLTC® As financial advisors, we often get asked how clients should go about paying for long-term care expenses. There is not one broad answer that applies to everyone, so we will run through a variety of different funding options. Self-Funding Self-funding, or…

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Aging in Place vs. Senior Communities

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Aging in Place vs. Senior Communities Written By: Pam Foti – Vesta Senior Network With the “graying of America,” a term that simply describes the fact that the median age of our population is increasing, we are now facing a new reality that will leave many of us concerned, confused and very possibly in crisis.…

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Andrea’s Tip of the Month June 2021

AB Tip June 2021

Termination Risk for your Long-Term Care Policy! If you have long-term care insurance, it’s likely you pay your premium on an annual basis after your insurance company sends you a bill.  The danger is that bills can get lost in the mail or misplaced in your home.  If the required premium for your LTC insurance…

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Retirement Spending: There are Trade-Offs

By Kevin Reardon CFP® You have worked your whole life, saved well, and are ready to retire.  It’s important to know how much you can pull from your assets during retirement and not outlive your money.  Let’s focus on the reality and tradeoffs that go with retirement spending planning. If you are physically healthy and financially…

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