Self-care with long-term care

Assisted living, long-term or in-home care services may not be an IRA or 401(k) but they are investments . . . in you and those you love. Our consultants can help you decide if it’s time to make that investment.

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Protection for your future

  • Help maintain your standard of living
  • Protect your life-long savings
  • Ensure you receive the long-term care you choose
  • Understand and manage Medicare services and insurance premiums
  • Ease the financial burden of expensive, ongoing services

Get started today

If you are over the age of 45 with $100,000 or more in assets, you could qualify for long-term care insurance and help protect your assets. Schedule a free, no-obligation review, today.

As life changes so do your needs

Long-term care insurance could be a way to help defray healthcare expenses as you grow older. It can also help to secure any care-taking you may need. See if long-term care is for you.

Reach out to a financial consultant with any questions

Call 877-838-1570


Securities and insurance offered through LPL or its affiliates are:

Not Insured by FDIC or Any Other Government Agency

Not Bank Guaranteed

Not Bank Deposits or Obligations

May Lose Value

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