Questions On Long-Term Care (LTC): EDU #2249

December 7, 2022

Questions On Long-Term Care (LTC): EDU #2249

Jim, Chris, and in-house long-term care expert, Greg Darden sit down to discuss a handful of listeners questions relating to long-term care insurance.

(15:00) A listener wonders if she is too late to purchase long-term care insurance.

(37:10) George from North Carolina looks for opinions on his assessment of potentially obtaining long-term care insurance.

(50:00) A Californian listener looks for clarification on the difference between minimum dignity floor (MDF) and fun spending as well as what happens to the MDF when he goes into nursing care for long-term care.

(1:01:30) George in California asks about whether a positive outcome to a heart test will benefit his chances of qualifying for long-term care insurance.

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