Insurance News - Page 20

Page 20 of Insurance News issued by the Send2Press® Newswire service.



With Government Distracted, Private Program Seeks to Avert New Disaster: Abject End for Millions

KIRKLAND, WA and KANSAS CITY, MO – September 21 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — In June the federal government ended a pilot program to alert the nation to an impending social disaster: millions of longer-living Americans unprepared to survive longer-lasting incapacities. The pilot, run in five states, grew out of a recognition that government could not afford to fund a yawning gap in health coverage. Since life spans have been increasing and 77 million baby boomers are nearing retirement, bouts of incapacity are expected to explode; and ordinary health insurance doesn’t cover it, say the experts at LTC Financial Partners.

Long Term Care Insurance Brokerage Announces Chain of Press Information Websites

KIRKLAND, Wash. – September 6 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — The Partners of LTC Financial Partners LLC (with offices across the country) want to be the best sources of long term care insurance information in their local areas. To that end, the organization announced today a chain of websites that will feed facts to the press. The sites are also available to the general public.

Insured Offshore Energy Losses from Katrina Projected at $2 Billion – Estimated $300 Million Will Never Be Collected

DALLAS, TX – August 31 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — According to Insurance Data Systems, an estimated $300,000,000 in insured damage from Katrina will be uncollected because energy companies do not aggressively pursue full claims payment. Insurance Data Systems is a Dallas, Texas based firm specializing in assisting energy companies in collecting on complex insurance claims.

Long Term Care Consumes ‘an Acre a Month,’ But Affordable Insurance Can Save the Farm, Experts Say

KIRKLAND, Wash. – July 18 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — The mounting cost of long term care has become a “monster” that is devouring acre after acre of the nation’s prime cropland, pasture, and woodlands. So says Cameron Truesdell, CEO of LTC Financial Partners, LLC, the nation’s leading long-term care insurance brokerage representing multiple carriers. It’s a problem that affects agricultural families in every state, not just the farm belt.

Long-Term Care Insurance Could Soon Be 100% Tax-Deductible; Early-Bird Steps Can Assure Benefit

KIRKLAND, Wash. – June 15 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — LTC Financial Partners LLC, the nation’s leading long-term care insurance brokerage representing multiple carriers, announced an early-bird cost minimization program. The aim is to help millions of Americans secure the best long-term care coverage while preserving assets, and eventually deduct the entire premium expense on their Federal tax returns.

Federal Long Term Care Awareness Project Winds Down, But Private-Sector Information Service Ramps Up

KIRKLAND, WA – May 31 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — LTC Financial Network takes baton from Washington following successful trial programs in five states. With Memorial Day behind us, so is the Federal government’s Long-Term Care Consumer Awareness Campaign, with uncertain prospects for revival. Information kits, consisting of a booklet and audio CD, will no longer be available as supplies dwindle.

Long Term Care for Middle-Class Americans: Count On Yourself, Not Government

KIRKLAND, WA – May 2 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — LTC Financial Network Offers Free Advice on Private-Sector Protection. It’s about the money. As the baby boom generation ages, more Americans will need extended care in hospitals, nursing homes, and private residences. Who will pay for it? Washington? The states? Don’t count on it unless you’re part of the neediest minority. Who will pick up the tab for the rest of us?

Leapfrogging the Long Term Care Crisis: New Service Shows How

KIRKLAND, WA — (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — LTC Financial Network Takes Responsibility for Public Education Piloted by Washington. Good news: Americans are living longer. Bad news: More will be laid up, incapacitated, for extended periods; and regular medical insurance doesn’t cover it. Washington can’t pick up the tab, and the states will go broke trying. ‘Medicaid could be overwhelmed by aging baby boomers,’ says a Government source.