Everything Long Term Care (LTC) Insurance: Q&A #2105

January 30, 2021

Everything Long Term Care (LTC) Insurance: Q&A #2105

Chris sits down with in-house LTC specialist, Greg Darden to discuss listeners’ questions relating to everything long term care.

(3:30) George from California asks about the inflation rate behind long term care and general medical care.

(14:25) A Californian listener asks for advice regarding the best way to begin researching and looking into the different LTC policies.

(26:00) A listener from Pennsylvania wonders about self funding LTC and the poor history of the LTC policy contracts.

(39:00) A listener wonders how return of premium policies work and what type of policies contain that choice.

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