Many predict that we are on the precipice of a renaissance in long-term care. Factors that drive this prediction include the hike in interest rates, states designing their own public programs based on taxing employees and employers, demographic shift to an older population, post-COVID focus on health and wellness and technology advances.
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Do you know the six Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)? What if you couldn’t complete two or more of them? Have questions? Click here to contact Nicole Gurley!
Nicole Gurley explains what you can expect to pay for long-term care insurance now and in the future! Have more questions? Click here to contact Nicole.
It’s time to get back to the basics! Do you know what long-term care is and your risk of needing it?
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The window is closing. Washington state’s WA Cares Fund deadline is November 1, 2021. If you don’t have private long-term care insurance in place by that date and you are a W2 employee, your January 2022 paycheck will include a .58% tax. We could make a lengthy list of negative things about this legislation. But
How To Help Your Kids Online schooling was a first glimpse at curriculum for many parents. One way to help kids learn and develop is to read aloud with them. Jim Trelease’s Read-Aloud Handbook is a gift to parents.
Have we learned a lot in the last year? Obviously not in the classroom. But there are a lot of takeaways from 2020. And resilience is but one. Planning ahead another. For many working from home became a new experience. It turned routines upside down. Required new or upgraded equipment. Increased productivity along with frustration
I JUST HATE … Rate increases! More than you do! Why oh why In our opinion there have been two rounds of rate increases on long-term care insurance policies (LTCI). But given the way state insurance commissioners have approved increases it seems as though they are eternal. Keep in mind that these rate increases primarily