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Hawkwin ~

I recently began a customized "LTC" product for myself. Actually, it is two different policies. One that is only for in home care with no waiting period and another that is primarily for assisted living/nursing home/memory care graduated options, again with no waiting period. I have a 5% built-in compounded but my payment stays the same unless the increases are company wide. This particular policy also pays toward in home care but not to the extent that the other policy does. Between the two I feel I will be covered for several years. Because they aren't traditional LTC policies they do not qualify for the Missouri partnership. If I use up all the money allotted I can sell my home or dig into my retirement and income fund. I will not outlive that.


Robyn
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