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Retirement Weekly: Long-term care insurance: What to know

There is only one thing that we all need to know about long-term care insurance and it is its vital importance to everybody's retirement plan. Most people, as discussed in www.acsia.com, tend to ignore having a long-term care insurance policy thinking that it is a total waste of time and money. Why buy an insurance anyway that you cannot use fully unless you're almost bed-ridden? Well, the point here is not so much as having an insurance policy but the peace of mind that it can give. What better reassurance that one can have other than securing oneself a spot in a nursing home once you're frail and old, right?  (Jul 29, 2014 | post #2)

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50 Must-Know Statistics About Long-Term Care

I am a writer at www.acsia.com and I can totally say that some of the statistics are not really very honest. Sure, the numbers don't lie and research is a very strenuous task that very few people will be very happy to do, but still, outside those numbers and graphs are a very huge percentage of uncharted stories and undocumented reports. Long-term care insurance companies are only one of the major source of information available but the microcosm of information are still left to be ignored.  (Jul 29, 2014 | post #1)

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House bill would define, promote coordinated long-term ca...

It is passed time that the federal government interfere on how the senior population is being treated nowadays. Not that they are being mistreated all over the country, but focusing on their needs should also be a priority of the country. According to www.acsia.com on their material, senior adults are being left at the whim of Medicare without being able to prepare for retirement like purchasing a long-term care insurance policy.  (Jul 29, 2014 | post #1)

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Ohio ranks near bottom on long-term care

I read on AARP's website the criteria for this ranking, and it's all statistics and is rather very complicated. They sure have a way of knowing this. However, it is also important to take note that, according to www.acsia.com on their blog a couple of days passed, there should also be a long term care insurance company ratings and rankings to provide prospect consumers an overview of the certain companies' competitiveness.  (Jul 29, 2014 | post #1)

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A milestone in veterans care

It is a very saddening thought that the people who fought for our country will be treated in such manners like "massive backlog, outdated equipment and, sometimes, dangerously long waits at V.A. hospitals." Given that they cannot plan for their retirement like purchasing some LTC insurance or managing their finances well enough, our veterans should not be neglected in any possible there may be. (SOURCE: www.acsia.com/poli cies.php)  (Jun 24, 2014 | post #1)

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Aging with Care | Sidestep the crisis when transitioning ...

The mentality of people acting hastily just because someone they love is aging and will likely need some long-term care assistance in the future is quite inappropriate. According to www.acsia.com/reso urces.php which I strongly agree, everyone of us is accountable in the change that we are asking. Discipline in handling financial expenses, planning for life, health, or even long-term care insurance, and understanding the limitations of the Medicare will be a good start in doing so.  (Jun 24, 2014 | post #1)

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It's time to stop long-term care state rankings

It is just sad that long-term care is being associated to politics when in the first place it shouldn't be. According to www.acsia.com/ltc- quotes.php, for many years now, older adults are neglected part of the society receiving very minimal exposure and help. With Minnesota lawmakers more committed to supporting long-term care improvement, I just hope that some low-scoring states like Mississippi will take this as a challenge and step their game up. It's for everyone anyone.  (Jun 24, 2014 | post #1)