Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Long-Term Care Insurance Only Gets Ready for Long-Term Care Awareness Month

November is Long-term Care Awareness Month, and LongTermCareInsuranceonly.com supports the event's goal of making sure people understand the importance of planning for likely future care needs.

The special month is promoted by the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance (AALTCI), a national trade organization.

"I am glad to see that Long-term Care Awareness Month is being celebrated this year, to continue the effort to reach consumers on this important topic," said owner of LongTermCareInsuranceonly.com. "Here at LongTermCareInsuranceonly.com we have long advocated getting objective, third-party information about long-term care planning and long-term care insurance into the hands of consumers. We have a collection of print and electronic information available at no charge to consumers, from information on the wide variety of policies available today, including state-specific Partnership plans. We encourage everyone to visit our web site and send us an email or call if they have any questions or would like to get some personalized advice.
The personal finance press is also jumping on the Long-Term Care Awareness Month bandwagon. Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine will include a bound copy of “3-Step Guide to Smarter Long-Term Care Planning” in their Nov. 2010 issue. “As Americans live longer lives, it is vitally important that financial planning include long-term care planning,” according to Knight Kiplinger, editor in chief of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine.
At LongTermCareInsurancenonly.com, we are committed to helping people protect themselves against the risks of long-term care. That is why we are gearing up and getting ready for the month of November! We will have our website fully up-to-date and professionals waiting to talk to you about your long-term care future and goals.
We are very excited for the month of November; we look forward to educating and helping people on such an important matter that can significantly impact them and their loved ones. Our website will be fully functional, with all the information you need to learn about long-term care, a request for further information! Because we believe getting the information people need to make an informed decision is always the way to go and waiting is never to their advantage.

We are proud and looking forward to support this important educational campaign!

1 comment:

  1. It's good that people see long term care as important enough to have an awareness day for it. Recent news claim that a lot of people go unprepared for long term care, which is why it's important to educate them about the importance of LTCI.