Recent Long-term Care Insurance News
Nearly 8 in 10 in a new AALTCI survey optimistic their new policy sales will equal or surpass last year.
Almost half of Americans say they are more likely to buy life insurance using simplified underwriting, drawn to the speed and ease that it offers.
Combo products account for lion’s share of new policies sold according to new data from the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance.
Company has temporarily suspended sales of individual long-term care insurance and income Assurance Annuity products through the brokerage general agency channel in all states, effective as of Monday, March 11.
A record $10.3 billion in claims was paid last year by the nation's long-term care insurance companies, according to new data from the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance.
Just-released 2019 LTCI Price Index shows average annual premium for a 55-year-old couple was $3,050.
Seventh annual Dodd-Frank-mandated report shows U.S. still the world’s largest insurance market; provides a detailed analysis of the current state of the overall market.
Individuals who purchase a new long-term care insurance policy face little if any chance of a future rate increase according to a study of pricing experts released Sept. 17 by the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance (AALTCI).
Total new premium for life combination products increased 18% in 2017, marking the third consecutive year of premium growth.
As a new study shows it’s getting even harder to health-qualify for long-term care insurance, AALTCI advising consumers to apply at earlier ages.