Women will use long term care for 4 years vs 3 years with men

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Women account for two thirds of all long term care insurance claims paid in 2018. AALTCI

Text Connie Dello Buono, 0G60621 for long term care insurance with life insurance added policy to be customized based on your needs, with medical or non medical tests needed. 4088541883 connie@connielifeins.com

Example: 67 yr old male, $140 per month premium for long term care plus life insurance policy to get $3000 monthly benefit in long term care.
Personlized 24 7 care at home with caregivers ranges from $350 per day and up in the bay area. $25 per hour. Text 408-854-1883 for bay area caregivers for live in home care in your house.

Reported in LTCi Sales Strategies magazine (Volume 7, Number 3, December 2005). May be used with credit to LTCi Sales Strategies magazine and Milliman USA.

What’s the likelihood of getting LTC services (based on length of stay information shared by Milliman USA, leading LTC insurance actuaries) from all ages combined?  

Out of 1,000 65-year-old policyholders
        –      449 will get LTC services
        –      106 will get LTC for > 2 years   
        –      59 will get LTC for > 3 years
        –      34 will get LTC for > 4 years
        –      20 will get LTC for > 5 years

The length of stay also varies significantly by whether the policyholder is married or single, or male or female. The two “extremes” for a 65-year old are shown: that for a married male (lowest) and a single female (highest).

Out of 1,000 65-year-old males, who are married              

        –      302 will get LTC services
        –      20 will get LTC for > 2 years   
        –      12 will get LTC for > 3 years
        –      7 will get LTC for > 4 years
        –      4 will get LTC for > 5 years

Out of 1,000 65-year-old females, who are single

        –      555 will get LTC services
        –      70 will get LTC for > 2 years   
        –      51 will get LTC for > 3 years
        –      35 will get LTC for > 4 years
        –      23 will get LTC for > 5 years

Source:  Data compiled by Milliman USA, published in LTCi Sales Strategies magazine, December 2005.

Asset protection from MediCal recovery

Long term care is costly. Be proactive, include a life insurance agent and estate planner/lawyer in your retirement planning.

Text 408-854-1883 for tax free, avoid probates Index Universal Life Insurance, to grow your savings for lifetime retirement savings and for lifetime retirement income, with no negative returns like 401k, Athene Fixed Index Annuity can avoid probate, safe and have guarantees for your lifetime retirement income with no market downturn.

Ruth and John, a married couple, spent their lives, their working lives, building up their nest egg for retirement. They enjoyed the fruits of their labor and they both retired for about 10 years. Then John was diagnosed with Dementia. Ruth cared for him for as long as she possibly could, about seven years, but eventually, John needed to be placed in a care home because she could no longer care for him. She found a skilled nursing facility that cared for late-stage Dementia patients, and they charged a whopping $12,000 a month. Within two years, their savings was wiped out, and Ruth applied for long-term care benefits through Medi-Cal. She was able to keep their house, as it is exempt from calculations and qualifying for Medi-Cal. And because she had spent all the savings paying for his care prior, they met all the requirements to qualify for Medi-Cal, and John’s health care or skilled nursing facility costs were paid for by Medi-Cal for another 18 months until he passed away.

After John’s death, Ruth lived another five years, and at her death, all their assets were to go to their two children. However, the only asset left in their estate was their house, ’cause it was exempt at the time John applied for Medi-Cal. Well, after Ruth died, the children received a notice from Medi-Cal demanding to recover the $216,000 they had spent on his care during those 18 months.

You’re thinking to yourself, “Can they do that?” Yes, they can. It’s called Medi-Cal Recovery. And as a result, the children received pretty much nothing, because Medi-Cal places a lien on the house, the house is sold, and their recovery debts are paid through that money. And it’s only after those debts are paid do the children inherit.

Could Ruth and John have prevented this? Yes. They could’ve prevented the depletion of their savings for his care initially, and they could have protected their home from any recovery that Medi-Cal would seek after they both passed away. But she didn’t seek out that advice or that help, and often people don’t know that it’s out there. If she had contacted a qualified attorney who handles Medi-Cal benefit planning, she could have at least saved the home from recovery.

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Connie Dello Buono Life Insurance agency needs your review and sample requests for review of your current insurance policies to ensure your insurance matches your needs. She is a single mother of 2 who had been helping send her nieces and nephews to college. She loves dancing and going to the beach of Santa Cruz. She also helped trained many caregivers in caring for home-bound seniors in the bay area. Connie is passionate about helping families protect their lives, income, home mortgage, retirement lifetime income and health. She wrote an ebook on cancer root causes at Balboa Press, Curated health and healing ways.

Connie is now training new life insurance agents and hiring more. Text 408-854-1883. connie@connielifeins.com

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Protect your mortgage payment with term life

Mortgage Protection using term life insurance (decreasing for 15 yrs until loan balance is fully paid)

HMS Plus Payment Protector is decreasing term life insurance from Americo Financial Life and Annuity Insurance Company, designed to help protect your mortgage payment in the event of your death. The death benefit is paid to your beneficiary in monthly income payments.

A 63 yr old female has a loan balance of $42k and wanted to protect it should she die. An accidental benefit rider in this plan doubles the amount of death benefit. A monthly premium of $55.27 with death benefit of $41k allows her family enough time to plan for keeping or selling her house upon her death.

Single Issue Whole Life as Final Expense Plan

The following is a sample quote Single Issue Whole Life Insurance for Final Expense from Mutual of Omaha, Living Promise, for a 63 yr old female, non smoker who wanted a final expense plan to pay for burial/funeral expense and leave some estate to her 2 children. Death benefit is $40,000 with monthly premium of $141.26. Health issue: 1 prescription med for hypertension. Healthy weight. Works night shift.

Her goal is to not burden her two daughters should the good Lord calls her. She has been supportive to her family, buying her grandchildren essentials from stroller to clothes.

Working hard during night shift as a CNA in a nursing home, she offers sacrifices to benefit the future of her grandchildren and children.