Recommended LTC Insurnace Reading
Long-Term Care Insurance Made Simple
Author: Les Abromovitz
(Health Information Press) Offers practical advice on long-term care insurance and how to buy the best one for the money. Each chapter ends with a short summary highlighting key information.
Long Term Care Planning Guide 9th Edition
Author: Phyllis R. Shelton
The ultimate handbook for LTC insurance presents practical, third party information in clear, easy-to-understand language – then personalizes the information by explaining how to customize benefits for those shopping for a policy or how to evaluate an existing policy.
Be Prepared : The Complete Financial, Legal, and Practical Guide for Living With a Life-Challenging Condition
Author: David S. Landay
Be Prepared is the most comprehensive and accessible guidebook ever assembled to help people with a life-challenging condition, as well as their family and friends, cope with the financial, legal, and practical issues of illness, disability, and death.
Beat the Nursing Home Trap : A Consumer’s Guide to Assisted Living & Long-Term Care
Author:Joseph L. Matthews
A practical guide with comprehensive information to help the consumer make the best choices for long-term care. Covers protecting assets, arranging home health care, finding non-nursing home residences, choosing a nursing facility, rating nursing homes, insurance, and understanding Medicare, Medicaid, and other benefit programs
How to Protect Your Life Savings : From Catastrophic Illness and Nursing Homes : A Handbook for Financial Survival
Author: Harley Gordon
An essential guide to what every American family needs to know about what won’t be covered by healthcare reform–long-term care. The author, a nationally-known elder law attorney, explains the ongoing changes in Medicaid law and developing strategies to cope with these changes.
Publisher: Dearborn Trade Publishing
This book was originally written because there were no other books that explained LTC insurance for agents to understand why and how to sell the product. It still is the best because of the many concepts used to simplify issues other books use text to explain. It was written for agents to get continuing education credit. But by studying it, agents can get much more than hours of credit. They can gain the tools necessary to successfully sell the hottest insurance product available today.
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