PR.com: Business Directory, Press Releases, Jobs, Products, Services, Articles
 
Businesses Articles Press Releases Follow @PRcom
Press Release Pricing | News by Category | News by Country | News by US Region | Recent News | PR.com News on Your Site
 

Press Releases

 

American Association for Long-Term Care...

Press Release


Receive press releases from American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance: By Email RSS Feeds:
Long Term Care Insurance Association Shares Money Saving Strategies

Real examples of ways individuals reduced the cost of long term care insurance and obtained superior benefits have been published by the American Association for Long Term Care Insurance.

Los Angeles, CA, March 22, 2014 --(PR.com)-- An initial series of real examples of ways individuals saved on their long term care insurance have been published online by the American Association for Long Term Care Insurance, a national trade group. The organization plans to add one new idea weekly as part of their consumer awareness and educational efforts.

“More Americans are investigating long-term care insurance for the first time and mistakenly think all plans, options and prices are pretty standardized," declares Jesse Slome, director of the American Association for Long Term Care Insurance (AALTCI). "They are shocked to learn how simple it is to overpay for coverage or how by asking the right questions, they can save hundreds of dollars every year."

As part of the organization's consumer awareness and education efforts, the Association has added real examples of ways people reduced the cost of their coverage or secured better benefits suited to their particular situation and budget. "Our goal is to give people real examples that they may relate to," Slome adds. "By reading the explanations a consumer can learn what to look for and what questions to ask."

The Association plans to add one new real example each week. Many of the examples are provided by long term care insurance specialists. "If you have heart issues you want to consult a cardiologist who specializes," Slome explains. "Today, your long term care options can be enormously complex and working with a long term care insurance specialist can be beneficial even if all you want is to get a second opinion," he adds.

The initial situations examine situations where an individual wanted her daughter to provide care. "Two policies appeared to both offer this option but one limited the benefit that would be paid to unlicensed family members," Slome reports. "Unless you read the insurance policy small print, you'd never know this until you actually file a claim years from now."

To read the real examples visit the Association's website at www.aaltci.org/ideas. For no obligation second opinions for long term care insurance costs from a designated specialist call the organization at 818-597-3227.
Contact Information
American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Jesse Slome
818-597-3205
Contact
www.aaltci.org

Click here to view the list of recent Press Releases from American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance
Promote Your Business