Tomorrow is on its way. Are you ready?
At an average of $73,000 annually, nursing home care can eat up an entire lifetime of savings. By supplementing these funds, long-term care insurance (LTCI) protects your nest egg and allows you to take control of your own health care decisions.
More than half of all Americans over age 65 will need some form of long-term care services, meaning 11 or more of your later years could be spent in:
- Adult daycare
- Alzheimer's care
- Assisted living
- In-home care
- Hospice care
- Respite care
- Skilled nursing home care
Life, Long-term Care, Disability, and Medicare Health solutions provided by BB&T Life Insurance Services
Why buy LTCI?
There’s no doubt that managing long-term or chronic illness will require extended care, either at home or in a skilled nursing facility. LTCI helps ensure you have the financial resources to cover the costs.
Preparing now for your long-term care can do more than reduce your financial worries. With LTCI:
- You participate in making choices about your daily care and the services you receive
- You are relieved from relying on your children or family members for support
- You choose who will provide the care you need
- You help decide where you will live
- And, you maintain your financial freedom
Don’t wait. If you’re 55 to 60 years of age, speak with our insurance specialists and we’ll help you prepare for tomorrow, today.
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