Long Term Care Insurance Companies
Monthly Archives: February 2012
Learn at least six ways to save money on taxes when buying long term care insurance including: Individual Deduction Self-employed Deduction C Corporation Deduction Cash value life insurance and non-qualified annuities State income tax credits HSA/MSA premium payments READ MORE
Depending on your employment, many can deduct up to 100% of their long term care premiums on their federal tax return. Some states also provide deductions or credits for buying long term care insurance. READ MORE: 6 ways to deduct long-term-care insurance
When surveyed, most presidential candidates have little or nothing to say on the emerging long term care crisis facing America. READ MORE: Long-Term Care Services: Forgotten By Most Presidential Candidates
The cost of long term care continues to rise, so it’s no wonder seniors continue to buy the valuable insurance coverage. Today the average long term care insurance buyer is 57 years of age. READ MORE: Long-term care insurance: The long and short of it
Long term care insurance protects retirement assets and gives policyholders more choice in care. READ MORE: Should You Buy Long-Term Care Insurance?