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.
New baby boomer dilemma: Should you get tested for hepatitis C knowing the results may restrict your insurance options?
If you find the prospect of buying long-term care insurance daunting, you ought to try selling it these days. Beginning in 2011, an estimated 77 million baby boomers born between 1946 and 1964 started turning 65 and will continue to do so at a rate of 10,000 per day for the next 18 years. By
There are lots of good reasons to start a small business in retirement. Making a little money so you don’t have to take as much out of your savings is one of them. But there are others. I had lunch not long ago at a writers conference and sat next to a woman who was
Was it better to have tried to solve a conundrum like long-term care insurance and lost than never to have tried at all? No doubt that’s what the Obama administration and Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and her crew at Health and Human Services are wondering in the wake of last week’s decision to shelve the search
Finding and paying for satisfactory long-term care for older people, especially those with dementia or physical limitations is a serious retirement planning problem and one that is almost certainly going to get worse before it gets better. John Creighton Campbell, professor emeritus of political science at the University of Michigan and a visiting researcher at