Americans are living longer – and age-related conditions may require expensive long-term care, which is typically not covered under Medicare. Long-term Care Insurance can help protect your savings and assets, preserve your independence and help your spouse and children with your personal long-term care needs.
Long-term Care Insurance helps pay for care that you would otherwise have to pay for yourself. Depending on the level of coverage you choose, the insurance will assume some or the entire financial burden, should you require care in a nursing home, assisted living facility, or home health care. Having the money to help pay for needed care can give you and your family the control to decide what is best when it comes to providing for your care.
There’s no single time that’s best for starting Long-term Care Insurance. However, certain medical conditions may prevent you from securing coverage. Now may be a good time to begin planning for your future care needs so health conditions don’t reduce your chances of securing coverage.
Wings Financial partners with TruStage Insurance to provide insurance for our members. TruStage insures more than 20 million people and specializes in policies for credit union members. They also share our values of people-first service, financial strength and excellence.
Wings Financial Advisors can help walk you through your insurance options, including life, long-term care, auto, home, and accidental death and dismemberment. Talk with one of our professionals today.
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