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Eldercare Article Life Insurance and Life Settlements

Understanding the various types of Life Insurance policies can be a daunting but a little bit of education can go a long way. Life Insurance can be a great way to make sure your expenses and family are covered if you pass away.

Two Different Types of Insurance

Term Life Insurance

Term Life Insurance provides protection for a specified period of time at an affordable cost. Most term life insurance requires no medical exam. Term Life Insurance does not build cash value and coverage ends when policy expires and premiums may increase with age.

Whole Life Insurance

Whole Life Insurance provides protection for your entire lifetime and accumulates a cash value that the policy owner can borrow against. Whole Life Insurance premiums do not increase with age but may will likely have higher premiums than Term Life Insurance coverage.

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Long Term CareThe articles below are provided by the National Care Planning Council. Each article is written to help families recognize the need for long term care planning and to help implement that planning. All elderly people, regardless of current health, should have a long term care plan.

Previous Articles:

2015 February 6 What is the Difference Between Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease?
2015 January 7 Avoiding Slips and Falls In Bad Weather
2014 December 16 Enlighten Your Season: Advice for Caregivers of the Elderly
2014 November 17 There is a New Vaccine Recommendation for Adults Age 65 and Older
2014 October 15 Advanced Directives, Fiduciaries, Guardianship, and Power of Attorney
2014 August 25 10 Tips to Keep in Mind While Helping Aging Parents
2014 July 30 Guide to Long Term Care Planning
2014 June 25 Understanding the Issues Facing Aging Seniors
2014 May 6 Growing Problem Facing Seniors: Reduced Spending Power
2014 March 25: Living Arrangements for Aging Seniors
2014 February 17: Preserving Assets and Transferring Assets to the Next Generation

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