Archive for Long term care’ Category

4 Things You Probably Don’t Know About Your Life Insurance at Work | Houston Benefit Advisors
Nov

6

2017

4 Things You Probably Don’t Know About Your Life Insurance at Work | Houston Benefit Advisors

For the first time ever, more Americans have employer-provided life insurance (108 million) than have individual life insurance coverage (102 million), according to a new LIMRA study. And while that statistic sounds good, it actually hides a few important facts you should understand. 1. There’s more to the stat than meets the eye. When you dig a little deeper into the study, you find that…

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6 Reasons People Don’t Buy Life Insurance (and Why They’re Wrong) | Houston Benefit Advisors
Sep

25

2017

6 Reasons People Don’t Buy Life Insurance (and Why They’re Wrong) | Houston Benefit Advisors

Let’s face it. Most people put off buying life insurance for any number of reasons—if they even understand it Take a look at this list—do any of them sound like you? 1. It’s too expensive. In the ever-burgeoning budget of a young family, things like day care and car payments and possibly student loans eat up a good chunk of the money each month, and…

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Separating Fact From Fiction When It Comes to Long-Term Care Insurance | Houston Benefit Advisors
Aug

23

2017

Separating Fact From Fiction When It Comes to Long-Term Care Insurance | Houston Benefit Advisors

Few people are prepared to handle the financial burden of long-term health care. In fact, many people have a false sense of security when it comes to long-term care. Let’s separate fact from fiction: “Medicare and my Medicare supplement policy will cover it.” FACTS: Medicare and “Medigap” insurance was never intended to pay for ongoing, long-term care. Only about 12% of nursing home costs are…

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Jul

11

2017

Top Misconceptions about Long Term Care Insurance | Houston Benefit Advisors

In conversations with HR professionals and benefit brokers, we find that the topic of long-term care insurance (LTCi) is often covered in less than two minutes during renewal meetings. When I ask why the topic of conversation is so short, they tell me, “Employees just aren’t asking about it, so they must not be interested.” If employees aren’t asking about LTCi, does it mean they…

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