Long term insurance: What you should know

As life expectancy continues to rise, more and more Americans between 40 and 84, especially those in their mid 50s, are purchasing long–term care insurance.

Long–term care insurance is one way to pay for long–term care. It is designed to cover all or some of the services provided by long–term care. In this publication, the National Association of Insurance Commissioners explains what you need to know when shopping for coverage.

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