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Steps to prepare your parents for financing long-term care

Posted by Matt Dean | Jun 16, 2015 11:39:00 AM

Having_the_Discussion-498644-editedAs parents, I'm sure you all dreaded "the talk." Now there's a new talk, and it's not with your kids, but your parents. It's an important topic, and the sooner it's discussed the better. We're talking about long-term care.

Talking to your parents about their long-term care plans is far from easy, especially if they don't want to acknowledge that they may eventually require special assistance, even if they're just one fall away from needing it.

Continue reading the article from nerdwallet here.

Topics: Advice articles about planning, Educational Content for Consumers

Written by Matt Dean

Matt Dean, Vice President, MarketPlace Group (MPG), joined LTCI Partners in June 2011. He is responsible for the structure, implementation, and management of sales initiatives. He leads a national sales force of salaried insurance specialists who, through a virtual kitchen-table conversation, provide needs-based advice and guidance to help consumers plan for the financial consequences of a long term care event. Matt brings 24 years of insurance experience at USAA, where he was responsible for a number of health insurance product lines. Matt is a graduate of the University of Texas at San Antonio with a BBA in Finance, is a licensed life and health insurance agent, and holds various professional designations. He and his wife are active in the Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS) Association on behalf of their son, Tanner, who has PWS.

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