The need for Long-Term Care Insurance is increasing as medical intervention and medications keep us living longer. Every year, about 50,000 strokes occur in Canada. A stroke is the leading cause of a transfer from hospital to a long-term care facility. Nearly...
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How do I integrate Long-term Care Insurance into my financial goals? When considering Long-term Care coverage, it is best to begin by formulating a long-term care plan that addresses your wishes and considers your family situation as well. Perhaps begin by...
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We face a rapidly aging population Since the 1920s the ratio of seniors over the age of 85 has doubled to one out of every 10 people. This number is to increase, to five times the current demographic, into the 2050s. That means that half the population in...
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The majority of the population of North America is approximately 50 years or older. This demographic truth increases the need for two specialized types of insurance: Critical Illness and Long Term Care. Critical Illness Insurance Critical Illness Insurance...
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