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Covering the cost of care: What's your plan?

Covering the cost of care: What's your plan?

Will you be a caregiver? A recipient? Better prepare for it: 70% of us will need long-term care services after age 65.1 We'll help you make sure your finances are ready.
 

Get your financial guide Your Financial Guide

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Your Financial Guide: A Quick, Easy, Must-Have Read

Highlights include:

  • Solutions to help pay for your own future care needs
  • Financial steps to help ensure your quality of life—and your family’s
  • Tips for having “the conversation” with loved ones
  • A checklist of items to discuss with aging relatives
  • Ways to help providers of care thrive in their role

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How Our Solutions Can Help

Whether you’re currently providing care or want to plan for your own care someday, our tools and resources can help.

Fund Your Own Care With Lifetime Income

Addressing your potential long-term care needs with insurance, income and investment options can shorten your financial to-do list and put your mind at ease.

5 Questions to Ask a Financial Professional

Consider consulting a financial professional to help create a plan for your own care. These five questions can help start the conversation.

Life Insurance Has Options

In addition to the death benefit, some life insurance policies offer options that can help if you are affected by a chronic illness.

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Planning for Care

Discover the unique challenges women face, as they’re most likely to be caring for a loved one and need care themselves.

Checklist: Life Insurance and Other Must-Do's

Ensure all your bases are covered from legal and financial issues to local resources.

It's never too soon to start planning for how you’ll take care of an aging loved one. So, when the time comes you can ease into the role.

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Care From a Distance

If you're caring for an aging loved one who lives far away, you’re not alone. Here's how to make it easier with support services and resources.

Put Your Workplace Benefits to Work

Balancing a career and caring for a loved one? You might be surprised by the benefits your employer offers.

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Footnotes

1U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, LongTermCare.gov site. Opens in new window

For Compliance Use Only 1020558-00002-00

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