It's impossible to predict your chances of needing long-term care, how long you may need it and what implications it will have on your financial health. Since cost of care can be expensive, it's important to understand the whole impact a few years of long-term care can have.
Long term care may benefit:
- Retirees and Pre-retirees wanting to preserve the money they have worked so hard to save.
- Caregivers or Adult Children who want to help protect their loved ones, lifestyle and assets.
- Individuals who may not have someone to care for them or significant assets to pay for these costs.
- Persons with Disabilities or early diagnosis of degenerative diseases (For example- Parkinson's disease or Alzheimer’s disease)
Many think that government programs such as Medicare and Medicaid will pay for all of their future long-term care needs. Surprisingly, they may only pay for some of these services and have many restrictions.
Join us on Tuesday, October 20th at 11am with our special guest speaker Michelle Triplett, Associate Attorney at Ahrens DeAngeli Law Group. Michelle will explain how to plan the COMPLETE picture: care options, finances, incapacity and estate planning.
Registration is limited, so reserve your spot now!
Can’t attend day of? Register anyway and we’ll send you a recording of the webinar.