A shared care policy allows you to pool your benefits. If you each have a three-year care policy, that’s six years of combined benefits.
Insurers adapt long-term care insurance to rising prices and a changing market.
On the retirement income front, it may make more sense to spend retirement savings upfront to delay Social Security benefits until a point somewhere between full retirement age and age 70.
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.