Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Options for Long Term Care Insurance

Today's Long Term Care Policies cover several areas of care:

1. At home care

2. In various facilities that assist people with long-term care needs--for example, assisted living facilities, residential care facilities and residential care facilities for the elderly.

3. In community settings, such as adult day care centers

4. In hospice home-care programs or facilities

5. In nursing homes/nursing facilities.

Learn the Difference Between Term Life Insurance & Permanent Insurance

Avoid the financial impact of a premature death upon your family by creating and immediate estate with life insurance.

Term Life Insurance - When the need exists for financial protection but the Budget is slim. This policy is best suited for a short-term need and there is no equity within the policy. The Face Amount and Premium are normally locked in for a period of years, and then will renew but at a much higher rate. Not a good product for a "Lifetime" need.

Universal Life & Whole Life Insurance - These policies are considered to be "permanent" policies that create an internal equity and a re designed to last until death. Various "riders" can be added to cover spouses and children, waive or suspend the premium in the event of a Long Term Disability and even pay a family income benefit.

To get your free insurance quote today, please contact Morgan & Morgan Insurance.