Best LTC carriers to contract with...

Feb 26, 2019

  1. Mr_Ed
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    If someone's income is under $50K per year they probably shouldn't buy any long-term care insurance. They could probably qualify for Medicaid long-term care pretty easily.
     
    Mr_Ed, Apr 15, 2019
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    Not one of these companies has gone under.

    Choosing to not underwrite a new insurance policy is not equated to being bankrupt or insolvent.

    State Farm does not sell long term care insurance anymore. Has State Farm gone under? Why is Aaron Rodgers on my TV right now pitching State Farm?

    Whatchoo talking about Willis?
     
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    Okay, first, someone with less than $50K of income shouldn't be buying LTCi, period. Second, when did JH, Pru and Genworth "go under?" Guess I must have missed that completely. Squatters have apparently moved into all of their offices, because there still seem to be people answering the phones at all of those companies. But, now that I know they're gone, I'll mourn them. Better late than never.
     
    kpbdy99, Apr 16, 2019
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