What are State Long-Term Care Partnerships?

What is your state doing and does it participate in any federal, state or private funding long-term care funding programs?

Are you giving your clients the information they need and want?


By 2040, about one in five Americans will be age 65 or older, up from about one in eight in 2000. (1) And, as he number of Americans ages 65 and older will more than double over the next 40 years, reaching 80 million in 2040, your clients need to understand all of their long-term care planning options.


To encourage more Americans to plan for the risk of needing long-term care Congress passed the Deficit Reduction Act of 2005 (DRA). The 2005 law permits the creation of beneficial public - private partnerships; a joint-effort between states and insurance companies who offer Qualified Long-Term Care Insurance Partnership Policies. These insurance companies have agreed to offer high-quality, affordable long-term care insurance protection that meets the stringent requirements set by the federal legislation and states. Partnership policies not only offer benefits to pay for long-term care costs. They offer the special additional benefit of Asset Protection should your clients ever need to apply for Medicaid assistance.


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