"Shopping for long term care insurance is like going to the dentist. It's not something I like doing, but the alternative could be worse" - a 69 year old client, West Texas
P.O. Box 8204
The Woodlands, Texas 77387
Toll Free 877-315-5967
Office 281-296-8343 info@LongTermCareAmerica.com
Texas License: 1216895
California License: 0C07893
How do I shop for long-term care insurance?
Because the issues surrounding long-term care have such great
implications, both emotional and financial, and the fact that most
people are with their long term care insurance company for the rest of
their life, it is important to consult
with someone who will do
all of the following:
- Quote you with a number of different companies and/or policies and explain the differences
- Tell you in detail why they think one policy is better than the other
- They should be willing to meet with you, your financial adviser, and/or another trusted person for additional input.
- And, they should be someone who will not rush the process.
Read the brochure and then the
policy. Understand them. The
brochures for these policies have a lot of information and are a great
Read a good shopper's guide. Our links page has a numerous resources
Don't buy long term care insurance
from someone who does not show
you or compare at least three or four different types of policies.
someone over simplify this in order to make a quick sale.
When a person knows that they are interested in long term care insurance, some want a policy right away and others take years to finally decide. Take the time to learn, or have explained to you, the coverage and how it works. This way you will not be surprised about your policy's features if you ever need them. In the future you will be grateful for your forethought and effort.