Category Archives: Insurance

A conversation worth having.

There is a common misconception surrounding long term care (LTCI) insurance, that only those who are elderly or are currently living with a chronic or debilitating condition need it. But […]

Why consider long-term care insurance?

For those seeking to steward their God-given resources well, long-term care insurance (LTCI) is an incredibly important consideration. LTCI is financial coverage for adults with long-term or chronic disabling conditions […]

Retirement Planning Should Prioritize Healthcare

A recent white paper released by HealthView Services emphasizes that healthcare should be an integral aspect of any retirement plan. The data reveals the projected cost of healthcare, how medical […]

Physical–and Financial–Fitness

A recent survey1 by states that roughly half (48 percent) of employed Americans aren’t saving more for retirement this year than last year. Furthermore, 13 percent are saving less. So […]

Healthcare Expenses in Retirement (Part 2)

Staying silent allows concerns to intensify into fear According to the most recent Nationwide Retirement Institute survey, six in ten affluent, older adults fear that medical expenses will hinder their […]

Healthcare Expenses in Retirement (Part 1)

The complication you should be discussing, but (probably) aren’t We’ve all heard similar stories: Sally and Bob were planning to go cross-country to visit their grandchildren, but the ongoing expenses […]

Long-Term Care, Part 3

We must ultimately face the fact that long-term care (LTC) is a reality for many people. Here are some significant statistics: 70 percent of people over the age of 65 […]

Long-Term Care, Part 2

When considering the realities of long-term care (LTC), it’s helpful to understand what is involved. LTC may or may not include nursing and other medical care. The need for these […]