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Setting the Common Man Free – Financially

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February 22, 2021 Long Term Care Planning

For nearly half a century, common working-class Americans have struggled to maintain their wealth. But the biggest threat to their American Dream is yet to come. Keep reading to learn how we have helped thousands of common Americans avoid and overcome the financial burden of long-term care—AND how we can likely help you as well.

 

How You Can Avoid Losing Your Life Savings Paying for Long-Term Care

You don’t deserve to go broke paying for care. That’s why we’re committed to setting you free from the financial burden of long-term care by providing FREE educational tools and resources to help you learn about your options and discover solutions for your specific situation.

Are you ready to be set free?

 

The Increasing Financial Burden of Long-Term Care

Although long-term care has always been expensive, the ever-increasing number of seniors requiring care has made it almost unmanageable. Nowadays, an average nursing home bill can deplete the nest egg of most common Americans in a matter of months. Not to mention, requiring long-term care often leaves seniors feeling a loss of control over their lives. The sad reality is that this affects about 70% of seniors in the U.S. Fortunately, it’s not too late for you to be set free from the financial burden of long-term care.

> > Download our FREE planning guide to learn about long-term care planning basics as well as your options for paying for care.

 

Our Quest and Commitment to Providing Beneficial Solutions for Seniors

Over 30 years ago, our founder recognized this burden, so he set out to discover financial solutions for seniors facing long-term care. He has spent the greater part of two decades working with insurance and elder care experts to develop innovative products and administer them to countless seniors across the country. Today, we continue our noble effort to help everyday Americans afford the care they need and reduce or eliminate the bill by providing free educational resources and tools designed to help them understand the risks they face. We aim to push society forward by creating a lasting result of educated seniors and rescuing the common man from the financial burden of long-term care.

>> Watch this free presentation to learn more about how we can help eliminate the financial burden of long-term care.

 

Helping Working-Class Americans Afford Long-Term Care

The average American has worked their entire life in order to afford and enjoy retirement. Likewise, the majority of Americans, whether you’re just above the poverty line or nearing the 1%, can benefit from planning for their future long-term care. You deserve to have a plan that provides peace of mind in your later years.

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By the time they require care, the average person has less than $500,000 left in their nest egg. Rather than lose those savings paying for long-term care, you want to protect what is left for your spouse or as an inheritance for future generations.

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Don’t leave this burden for your loved ones. Do what you can to plan for a long-term care need now—before it’s too late. And most importantly, avoid these eight critical mistakes when planning for long-term care.

 

How We Help Seniors Who Need Immediate Care

Since the average nursing home stay can cost nearly $100,000 or more annually, we needed a way to alleviate the financial pressure of long-term care. About 15 years ago, our founder helped secure a financial product, known as a Medicaid Compliant Annuity (MCA), that complies with the Medicaid rule changes in the Deficit Reduction Act of 2005. An MCA can be used to protect a large portion of assets for seniors who require long-term care but have failed to plan ahead. After developing the MCA product, our team formed a network of thousands of legal and financial professionals who specialize in elder care products to help seniors achieve Medicaid eligibility and preserve their assets in the process.

> > Get an estimate of your potential savings by using our FREE Savings Calculator.

 

Contact our team at Senior Care Counsel today for a FREE custom savings analysis and get answers to these important questions:

  • How much could you be saving on care?
  • How much of your nest egg can we help you protect?
  • How much longer can you afford your care?
  • Which of your assets might be preventing you from qualifying for benefits?

 

How We Help Seniors Planning Ahead for Care

Those of you who are concerned about needing care down the road have a few additional options. You can utilize various legal and financial products to secure your finances for a future care need. For instance, you could fund an irrevocable trust to protect your current wealth, or you could purchase Long-Term Care Insurance to set aside funds for your future care.

We cover all of these products and options in our latest presentation, Eliminating the Financial Burden of Long-Term Care. This informative video presentation was designed to help seniors understand the problems they may face when it comes to long-term care as well as provide valuable solutions to help alleviate these problems. You can view the presentation right here!

 

Call Senior Care Counsel at (844) 412-4222 to get answers to your most pressing questions. In just a few minutes, you could be on your way to preserving your assets and protecting your loved ones from the financial burden of long-term care. We look forward to hearing from you!

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