How lowering the age for Medicare eligibility could help LTC Insurance

on Aug 9, 2017 9:00:00 AM By | Tom Riekse Jr | 0 Comments | Current affairs LTC legislative news
Although major health care reform is on hold, ideas from Washington continue to percolate to help deal with the increasing cost of health insurance. One of the most frequent ideas is Medicare...
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Would new LTC financing proposals benefit advisors?

on Feb 26, 2016 9:00:00 AM By | Tom Riekse Jr | 0 Comments | For financial professionals Current affairs LTC legislative news
  Long-term care financing is an issue that affects a lot more than just people planning or paying for care.  It is a huge issue for the federal and state governments who foot the bill through...
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Long-term care insurance and a wish list for the government

on Feb 10, 2015 3:49:33 PM By | Tom Riekse Jr | 0 Comments | LTC legislative news
No matter what people think of HealthCare Reform, no one can deny that state and local government has been promoting the purchase of health insurance.  In Illinois, the healthcare marketplace has...
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Five ways California long-term care insurance regulation hurts Californians

on May 14, 2014 9:52:00 AM By | LTCI Partners | 0 Comments | LTC legislative news
California leads the world in entertainment and technology and has great weather - but they are decided laggards in supporting many insurance products, including long-term care insurance.
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Why a court ruling means Medicare now covers some long-term care services

on May 6, 2014 9:42:00 AM By | LTCI Partners | 0 Comments | LTC legislative news
Have you heard of the law case "Jimmo vs. Sebelius?"  It's a class action lawsuit filed in November of 2011 in which the plaintiffs sued to make Medicare pay for skilled nursing care and home care...
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