Question of the Day: "What company offers long term care insurance that's affordable? Is there any alternative type of LTC insurance?"

Answer:  Most of the larger insurance companies offer Long Term Care Insurance, including Northwestern Mutual, MassMutual, State Farm, John Hancock, Genworth, MetLife, Mutual of Omaha, and AARP. The federal government also offers Long Term Care Insurance to its employees. Unfortunately, none of these policies is inexpensive. I recommend that you speak with a qualified insurance agent to determine what alternate types of policies are available and to comparison shop for the best price.

To locate long term care insurance experts in your state who can help you with these elder care matters, go to:

Dennis Duncan, Attorney at Law
The Law Offices of Dennis L. Duncan, P.C.
Macon, Georgia  31210
Member of the national ElderCare Matters Alliance, Georgia chapter


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