Long-term care insurers have moved to gender-based pricing, with women paying more than men.
If your premiums on a long-term care policy are rising, consider your options.
The middle class has a few options in paying for long-term care costs.
The price of long-term care insurance for women is rising, but there are still bargains.
If you have a long-term care policy and you’re facing a rate increase, here are five ways to manage it.
The nation’s largest long-term care insurance company wants to charge women more for living longer.
Buying long-term care insurance could deplete your savings without providing enough potential for benefit.
Uncle Sam increased the amount of long-term care insurance premiums that are tax-deductible, especially if you run a small business.
A new Moody’s report suggests what long-term care insurance shoppers fear: that the product may be inherently unsustainable.
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