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By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
A new study by the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance reveals what 85 year olds would pay for long term care insurance protection.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Early registration for the national long term care insurance Summit end this week according to conference organizer the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
An increasing percentage of long term care insurance buyers are opting for options that make coverage more affordable according to the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance study.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Needing long term care is not just a risk face by old folks and the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance has commenced a campaign to educate younger individuals.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
After receiving an increased number of consumer inquiries the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance has relaunched the Long Term Care Insurance Answer Guy program.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
The nation’s largest online directory of long term care insurance agents has been expanded by the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance Insurance.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Members of the long term care insurance industry trade organization are offering free, no-obligation cost quotes for protection. For information contact the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance Insurance.

By American Association for Long Term Care Insurance
A new study of long term care insurance claims has been published by the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
The American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance has added new educational videos focused on long term care insurance to the organization’s Consumer Learning Center.

By American Association for Long Term Care Insurance
Two new consumer educational videos focused on long term care insurance information have been made available from the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Regular visits to the dentist can contribute to lower risk of heart attack or stroke, one of the primary causes of long term care insurance claims.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Aging women are far more likely to suffer from dibilitating arthritis and also more likely to use long term care insurance benefits as a result of this condition.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Mild strokes which generally occur prior to age 65 may result in hidden disabilities including depression, vision problems and difficulty thinking which all can result in increased long term care needs.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
The percentage of cancer survivors aged 65 and over is already 60% and is set to reach 63% by 2020 creating a long term care tsunami for families and state welfare programs.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Alzheimer's disease, stroke and arthritis rank as the top causes of for long term care insurance claims according to research. Insurers paid $6.1 billion in claims according to the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Less salt in your diet will lead to lower cognitive decline among seniors. Long term care insurance expert discusses risk of Alzheimer's increases.

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By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
A new study by the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance reveals what 85 year olds would pay for long term care insurance protection.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
The American Association for Long Term Care Insurance has extended its consumer awareness campaign with a special insert ion the current Kiplinger’s magazine.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
New findings that increased physical activity reduced risk of premature death for diabetics was applauded by the director of the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Two thirds of Americans diagnosed with cancer are now surviving past five years an increase over prior years reports Jesse Slome, director of the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Two thirds of Americans diagnosed with cancer are now surviving past five years an increase over prior years reports Jesse Slome, director of the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Early registration for the national long term care insurance Summit end this week according to conference organizer the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Women have greater need and a savings opportunity likely to disappear explains Slome, director of the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Health Savings Accounts have grown to more than $14 billion in assets which a long term care insurance expert predicts will lead to more insurance sales.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Most people ask the wrong questions when they begin the process of looking into long term care insurance advises the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance which has created a video to educate consumers.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Medicaid spending including providing long term care to millions of seniors will threaten states and require significantly higher taxes warns the director of the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance an expert on long term care planning.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
There are simple ways to reduce the cost of long term care insurance advises the director of the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance a leading expert on long term care planning.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Avoid the three common mistakes when considering long term care insurance simply advises the director of the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance who spoke this week to consumers in New York.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Individuals often pay too much for long term care insurance simply because they don’t know important facts says the director of the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance study.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
An increasing percentage of long term care insurance buyers are opting for options that make coverage more affordable according to the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance study.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Needing long term care is not just a risk face by old folks and the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance has commenced a campaign to educate younger individuals.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
After receiving an increased number of consumer inquiries the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance has relaunched the Long Term Care Insurance Answer Guy program.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Some 1.5 million individuals now reside in nursing homes but few are prepared for the cost of a lengthy stay according to information shared by the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance Insurance.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
The nation’s largest online directory of long term care insurance agents has been expanded by the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance Insurance.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
A new video addresses the importance of long term care planning and essential information one needs to know before looking into long-term care insurance. Created by the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance Insurance.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Members of the long term care insurance industry trade organization are offering free, no-obligation cost quotes for protection. For information contact the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance Insurance.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Alzheimer’s disease is responsible for a quarter of nursing home claims paid for by long term care insurance according to a report from the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
An almanac containing relevant long term care insurance statistics, facts and information is available from the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance Insurance.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Some 40 percent of individuals buying long term care insurance prior to age 61 paid less than $125 per month according to a report issued by the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Four questions to ask when you begin looking into long term care insurance protection shared by the director of the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance.

By American Association for Long Term Care Insurance
A new study of long term care insurance claims has been published by the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Long term care insurance policyholders in Oregon gain new protection. Insurers paid nearly $7 billion in claims last year according to American Association for Long Term Care Insurance.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
The American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance has added new educational videos focused on long term care insurance to the organization’s Consumer Learning Center.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
The long term care insurance industry trade association has announced the latest consumer awareness campaign to heighten awareness for affordable long term care planning.

By American Association for Long Term Care Insurance
Two new consumer educational videos focused on long term care insurance information have been made available from the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance.

By American Association for Long Term Care Insurance
The hourly cost for home health care services remained level across the nation reports the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance. Majority of policyholders receive benefits for home health care.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
American Association for Long Term Care Insurance executive director to address ways to reduce the cost of long term care insurance protection. Jesse Slome offers smart ways to save when comparing LTC insurance.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
The Connecticut Long Term Care Insurance Partnership program provides unique benefits for state residents. A new informational consumer website has been launched.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Fewer Americans are dying from cancer of the throat and mouth, though cancer remains leading cause of long term care insurance claims.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Regular visits to the dentist can contribute to lower risk of heart attack or stroke, one of the primary causes of long term care insurance claims.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Smiling and being happy will generally lead to a longer life but an expert warns it can also result in increased long term care risk.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Divorce and extended family arrangements will dramatically change how Americans deal with long term care issues facing aging parents a new study reveals.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Women who eat two chocolate bars daily have a reduced risk of stroke, one of the primary causes of long term care insurance claims.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Aging women are far more likely to suffer from dibilitating arthritis and also more likely to use long term care insurance benefits as a result of this condition.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Long term care Medicaid rules are being changed in Illinois to prevent taxpayers from picking up costs for seniors with assets. Long term care insurance industry exec says more changes will be forthcoming.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Mild strokes which generally occur prior to age 65 may result in hidden disabilities including depression, vision problems and difficulty thinking which all can result in increased long term care needs.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
The percentage of cancer survivors aged 65 and over is already 60% and is set to reach 63% by 2020 creating a long term care tsunami for families and state welfare programs.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Over 55 million Americans have high blood pressure a treatable condition though a risk for future long term care insurance claims according to new study analysis.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Women who live into their 80s have nearly a two-thirds chance of suffering from arthritis one of the leading causes for long term care insurance claims.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
The director of the national long term care insurance professional trade group has commented on the Congressional report examining the new CLASS Act.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Alzheimer's disease, stroke and arthritis rank as the top causes of for long term care insurance claims according to research. Insurers paid $6.1 billion in claims according to the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Less salt in your diet will lead to lower cognitive decline among seniors. Long term care insurance expert discusses risk of Alzheimer's increases.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
A new study examines buyers of asset-based long-term care insurance policies that combine life insurance with long-term care benefits.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
A new robot is designed to help provide quality care for Japan's aging population. Robots expected to play role in U.S. caregiving cites long-term care insurance expert.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Experts explain that even shorter time exercising can lengthen lifespan. Adding to longevity is good but increases risk for long-term care.

By American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
A small amount of physical activity can prevent memory loss among elderly according to a new study.



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