"The long term care insurance partnership program was designed to provide affordable coverage with important advantages to middle income Americans," explains Jesse Slome, director of the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance. "The program is approved in most of the 50 states, though it remains one of the best kept secrets."
The national long term care insurance expert explained that partnership long term care insurance policies encourage consumers to buy shorter duration coverage which tend to be more affordable. "Since cost is the number one objection to purchasing long term care insurance, the partnership concept was devised and tested initially in four states," Slome adds. New York, California, Connecticut and Indiana were the initial four states offering partnership long term care insurance policies.
To support marketing efforts of insurance and financial professionals who market long term care insurance, the national trade group is offering two special money saving offers on their highly popular consumer guide.
For every package of brochures ordered, during the months of July and August, the Association will provide a second package free of charge. In addition, the Association will pay for shipping via either US mail or UPS within the continental United States.
"It is our goal to do everything possible to help educate more Americans this summer about the importance of planning for the very real risk of needing long term care at some point in their lives," Slome shared.
To view marketing and sales tools or to obtain long term care insurance costs http://www.aaltci.org/