Los Angeles, CA, November 25, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Consumers interested in learning about costs for long-term care insurance without the need to speak to an insurance agent can access information online.
"Of the thousands of consumers who call us, the most asked question is what does coverage cost?" explains Jesse Slome, director of the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance (AALTCI). "Most of the online information you'll find provides average outdated costs or overly inflated benefit packages touted by insurance agents who serve wealthy clientele."
The Association's website www.aaltci.org is the nation's largest and foremost website focused on long term care insurance issues. "The website was first started in the 1990s and continues to grow as new and relevant information becomes available," Slome adds.
"Instead of just reporting averages, we share a range of options following our "Good, Better, Best" approach to long term care insurance planning," Slome shares. "And, instead of just posting average prices, we show the average as well as the low and the high cost available. Knowing that prices can vary significantly may surprise consumers who think there is little difference."
To access the new website page with long term care insurance costs and an explanation of the "Good, Better, Best" approach to planning go to www.aaltci.org/costs2015.
The American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance is a national organization focused on providing current and relevant information to both consumers and insurance and financial professionals who market insurance products. Established in 1998, the organization is headquartered in Westlake Village, CA. For information or no-obligation long term care insurance cost comparisons go to www.aaltci.org.