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Guidance from Doctors on Long Term Care Insurance; Information to Be Available in Waiting Rooms


KIRKLAND, Wash. – Sept. 27 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — In a doctor’s office near you, look for facts on a matter of growing concern, long term care insurance. Starting today, informative waiting room displays are being supplied to physicians by LTC Financial Partners LLC, the nation’s most experienced long term care insurance brokerage.

Long Term Care Insurance Agents Become Educators, A New Trend


KIRKLAND, Wash. – Sept. 15 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Most people hate sales pressure, especially from the likes of insurance company representatives. And for complex decisions like selecting a long term care policy, ‘People need lots of information and time to consider the facts,’ says Cameron Truesdell, CEO of LTC Financial Partners, LLC, the nation’s most experienced long term care insurance brokerage.

Winners Announced for ‘Over 65, Into Over-Drive’ Contest


KIRKLAND, WA – Aug. 24 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Today a first-place and four second-place winners were announced for the ‘Over 65, Into Over-Drive’ contest, sponsored by LTC Financial Partners LLC, the nation’s most experienced long term care insurance brokerage. ‘Everybody had fun and the top entries certainly met our objective, to undermine the stereotype that over 65 means over the hill,’ says Jonas Roeser, Director of Marketing.

How to Pick a Long Term Care Insurance Agent; Six Questions to Identify a Real Pro


KIRKLAND, WA – Aug. 8 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — People seeking long term care insurance should buy it through an independent agent. That’s what most experts advise. But there’s a problem. ‘How do you find the right agent?’ says Cameron Truesdell, CEO of LTC Financial Partners, the nation’s most experienced long term care insurance brokerage.

Quiz on Long Term Care Risk Factors From LTC Financial Partners


KIRKLAND, WA – July 31 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — As 78 million baby boomers approach retirement age, the majority lack long term care insurance. If you’re among them, do you know the danger you face? Take the five-question quiz, below. It’s from LTC Financial Partners, the nation’s most experienced long term care insurance brokerage.

Three Ways to Simplify Long Term Care Insurance Choice – from LTC Financial Partners: Answers to Mind-Boggling Complexity


KIRKLAND, WA – July 25 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Why don’t more Americans buy long term care insurance? Decision paralysis. This is the conclusion of a study commissioned by the AARP Public Policy Institute. People throw up their hands and do nothing when faced with complexity that confounds even the experts: myriad policy choices from dozens of carriers that use different terms and definitions; regulations that vary from state to state; and price quotes that map poorly to benefit amounts, waiting periods, deductibles, duration of benefits, possible rate hikes, and inflation protection.

San Jose Seminar Will Help Agents Handle Rising Tide of Long Term Care Insurance Applications; Event Hosted by LTC Financial Partners


SAN JOSE, CA – July 7 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Long term care insurance used to be a hard sell. Now it can be an easier sell, if done right, thanks to two powerful forces: the graying of America, and insurance-friendly pressure from Washington and Sacramento. That’s the thrust of a seminar for agents on July 14-16 in San Jose, CA. The Deficit Reduction Act, signed by President Bush on February 8, offers carrot-and-stick incentives for millions of Americans, including 77 million aging baby boomers, to buy long term care insurance instead of relying on Medicaid. And the states, including California, are weighing in with additional incentives.

Long Term Care Experts on Call; Army of 200 Will Help Companies Help Aging Employees


KIRKLAND, WA – June 29 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — As the American workforce ages, employees need a new health benefit: long term care insurance. But with benefits budgets already stretched, few companies can afford it. Now there’s a solution, an educational program from LTC Financial Partners, the nation’s most experienced long term care insurance brokerage. The program costs the employer nothing while helping employees get the protection they and their families need.

Pay for Long Term Care Insurance with Health Savings Account: A Little-Known Option


KIRKLAND, WA – June 19 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — As more Americans realize they need long term care insurance, an issue remains: paying for it on top of already-high health costs. For millions, there’s a simple answer, says Cameron Truesdell, CEO of LTC Financial Partners. Just use some of the money that’s already in your Health Savings Account.

From Prescription Drug Plans to Long Term Care Policies, Government Forcing Another Tough Choice; Help Offered by Insurance Experts


KIRKLAND, WA – May 31 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — As millions of Americans recover from the daunting choice among prescription drug plans (deadline was May 15), the Government is forcing another health care decision. And this one’s a doozie, according to LTC Financial Partners LLC. ‘Which long term care insurance policy should you pick?’

‘LTCI Live’ – Long Term Care Insurance, Hot New Topic on the Lecture Circuit; for Groups Seeking Speakers, LTC Financial Partners Offers Army of Experts Free of Charge


KIRKLAND, WA – May 25 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Local service clubs, community groups, and associations constantly need speakers to jazz up their meetings, but good ones – without big fees – are hard to find. LTC Financial Partners, the nation’s most experienced long term care insurance brokerage, is filling the need with 180-plus experts on a hot new topic: long term care insurance.

Cleveland Seminar Will Prep Agents for Long Term Care Insurance Bonanza; Following Tax-Friendly Legislation, Flood of LTC Applications Expected


CLEVELAND, OH – May 25 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Thanks to incentives from Washington, tens of millions of Americans will seek long term care insurance, but agents aren’t prepared. That’s the gist of a seminar for agents on June 3-5 in Cleveland, sponsored by LTC Financial Partners LLC. The Deficit Reduction Act of 2005, signed by President Bush on February 8, offers carrot-and-stick motivation for 77 million retiring baby boomers, and others, to buy long term care insurance rather than rely on Medicaid.

New Service Will Support ‘Long Term Living,’ an Alternative to Yesterday’s Long Term Care


KIRKLAND, WA – May 23 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — LTC Financial Partners, a leading long term care insurance broker, and Interim HealthCare, a leading provider of home care services, are joining forces to reshape long term care. The two companies will help longer-living Americans keep on living at home in spite of disabilities that now banish millions to nursing homes.

LTC Financial Partners Named Long Term Care Insurance ‘Resource Partner’ for Financial Planning Association(R); Information Now Available to FPA(R) Members in All Branches


KIRKLAND, WA – May 8 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Today LTC Financial Partners (LTCFP), the nation’s most experienced long term care insurance brokerage, announced its selection as ‘Resource Partner’ for the Financial Planning Association(R) (FPA(R)), the membership organization for America’s financial planners and allied professionals.

Praise for New York’s Public Education on Long Term Care Insurance; Leading Brokerage, LTC Financial Partners, Urges Other States to Follow the Lead


KIRKLAND, WA – Apr. 19 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Starting this Spring, a series of public seminars will enlighten New Yorkers on affordable financing of long term care. Under the Empire State’s umbrella, residents will learn how to get private long term care insurance that is sweetened by tax breaks and relaxed Medicaid rules. The seminars will be held in convenient locations throughout the state.

New York Seminar Will Prepare Agents for Long Term Care Insurance Explosion; Flood of Applications Expected Following Recent Legislation


WHITE PLAINS, NY – Apr. 6 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Long term care insurance used to be a hard sell. Now it can be an easy sell, if done right, thanks to insurance-friendly pressure from Washington and Albany. That’s the thrust of a seminar for agents on April 19-21 in White Plains, New York. The Deficit Reduction Act, signed by President Bush on February 8, offers carrot-and-stick incentives for millions of Americans to buy long term care insurance; and the states, including New York, are weighing in with additional incentives. ‘We’re expecting an avalanche of applications,’ says Cameron Truesdell, CEO of LTC Financial Partners, host of the event. ‘But agents can’t handle the load unless they adopt new methods.’

Hot New Company Profit Booster: Long Term Care Insurance


KIRKLAND, WA – Apr. 4 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — For working Americans and their employers, caring for an incapacitated parent or spouse can be expensive. ‘It’s costing an estimated $659,000 over the lifetime of each and every employee,’ says Cameron Truesdell, CEO of LTC Financial Partners, publisher of a new guidebook on the subject. That figure includes time spent away from work caring for family members, lost wages, and lost contributions to Social Security and pensions. In addition, companies suffer from reduced productivity as employees worry about their loved one or rush off to handle emergencies. Talent pools drain as a firm’s most seasoned people leave to become full-time caregivers.

Contest Seeks New Image for Longer-Living Americans; Following Census Bureau Report of Improving Health, Seniors Will Submit Age-defying, Un-wimpy Activities


KIRKLAND, WA – Mar. 13 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Over 65 no longer means over the hill, but old stereotypes remain, according LTC Financial Partners LLC, the nation’s most experienced long term care insurance brokerage. To change perceptions, they are running a contest to show just how alive and capable today’s seniors really are.

Long Term Care Insurance More Attractive Thanks to New Law; Answer Service from LTC Financial Partners Tells Who Can Benefit and How


KIRKLAND, WA – Feb. 27 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — The Deficit Reduction Act, signed into law by President Bush on February 8, ‘promises to encourage millions of Americans to buy long term care insurance,’ says Cameron Truesdell, CEO of LTC Financial Partners, the nation’s most experienced long term care insurance brokerage. But he cautions, ‘The legislation is a mine field of complexity that will vary from state to state as local programs roll out. The consumer needs help from experts to know if they can benefit and how.’

Agents Flocking to LTC Financial Partners, the Fast-Growing Long Term Care Insurance Brokerage; ‘Top Producers Want to Be Owners,’ the Company Explains


KIRKLAND, WA – Feb. 21 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — LTC Financial Partners LLC, the nation’s most experienced long term care insurance brokerage, has grown from 91 agents a year ago to 167 today, a whopping 84% increase. What’s the big draw? ‘Ownership,’ says Cameron Truesdell, CEO. ‘The best agents come to us because they want a piece of the action. They also want the professional status of partnership, as in law firms.’

Local Banks to Link Long Term Health with Long Term Wealth; New Program from LTC Financial Partners Helps It Happen


KIRKLAND, WA – Feb. 9 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — According to LTC Financial Partners (LTCFP), Northeast Bank, a subsidiary of Northeast Bancorp (AMEX: NBN) is the first regional or local bank to incorporate LTCFP’s health-related support system into their financial advisory services in a formal way. ‘We’re already supporting national organizations,’ says Dan Cahn, who heads the program for LTCFP.

LTCi: The Hot New Asset-Protection Option, From a Financial Advisor Near You


KIRKLAND, WA – Jan. 30 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — According to LTC Financial Partners LLC, Philip Kimball, Executive Director of the Society of Naval Architects & Marine Engineers, watched helplessly as over $1 million dollars disappeared into the health-care system: all the assets of his dying mom and dad. Like most Americans of more than modest means, Kimball and his parents had missed an estate planning gap. Their financial advisors missed it too. No long term care insurance (or LTCi, the industry nickname).

Free Screening for Long Term Care Insurance


KIRKLAND, WA – Jan. 16 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Long term care insurance, which protects families from catastrophic loss, may be right for some Americans but not others. How can you tell if it’s right for you, a family member, or (if you run a business) your employees? Starting today, a new screening service from LTC Financial Partners promises to give a quick answer — in as little as four minutes on the phone. Performed by state-certified specialists, the screening works this way:

Top Long-Term Care Insurance Brokerage Seeks Agents Who Want to Be Owners


KIRKLAND, WA – Dec. 20 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Today LTC Financial Partners LLC, the nation’s most experienced long-term care insurance brokerage, announced the results of a recruiting campaign launched in September: 65 new Partners enrolled to date. ‘We’re delighted,’ says Cameron Truesdell, CEO, ‘but we won’t be satisfied until we have 300 of the best of the best.’ Known in the industry as LTCFP or ‘The Partners,’ the brokerage now includes 151 independent agents nationwide.

Long Term Care Insurance Video Clip and Guidebook Now Available


KIRKLAND, WA – Dec. 16 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Will you or a family member need expensive long-term care someday? Almost for sure — but if you’re like most people, you don’t want to think about it. But what if you could turn your mind, instead, to bright, bullish prospects? Visions of sailing or playing golf into your 90’s, traveling, eating out … or sheltering a few hundred thousand dollars from taxes? That’s the focus of a video clip and guidebook from LTC Financial Partners, the nation’s most experienced long-term care insurance brokerage.

Long-Term Care Tax Reminder from LTC Financial Partners


KIRKLAND, WA – Dec. 9 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — One of the biggest overlooked sources of tax breaks is long-term care insurance, according to LTC Financial Partners LLC, the nation’s leading agent-owned LTC insurance brokerage. Premiums for tax-qualified policies are deductible as personal medical expenses for taxpayers who itemize, with 2005 amounts ranging from $270 to $3,400 per person, based on age. Some states offer additional deductions or tax credits on state returns.

An Aging Population Will Need Modified Homes; New Course from LTC Financial Partners Gives Guidelines for Builders, Agents, and Homeowners


LYNNWOOD, WA – Dec. 2 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — As the population ages, homeowners and real estate professionals face a challenge: meeting the special needs of people who can’t take care of themselves. Things like making bathrooms wheelchair-accessible, or creating space for hired care workers.

Nation’s Top Long-Term Care Insurance Producers Announced


KIRKLAND, WA – Nov. 17 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Long-Term Care Sales Strategies magazine has awarded the 2005 National LTCi Sales Achievement Award to 60 Partners of LTC Financial Partners LLC. The honor recognizes the nation’s leading long-term care insurance specialists and was presented at the recent National LTCi Producers Summit, the annual industry conference, held in Kansas City, MO.

Kansas City Briefing Sparks Drive to Keep America from Going Broke; Long-Term Care Insurance the Key


KANSAS CITY, MO – Oct. 27 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — As 77 million baby boomers approach retirement, America faces budget-busting costs for long-term care. ‘Somebody is going to go broke — Uncle Sam, the states, or millions of citizens — unless we act now,’ says Cameron Truesdell, a long-term care pioneer. He is CEO of LTC Financial Partners LLC, host of an industry-government briefing in Kansas City, MO, October 17.

In Kansas City Event, Long-Term Care Pioneers Will Challenge Leaders to Create Affordable LTC for All


KANSAS CITY, MO – Oct. 13 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — As the nation approaches a financial and healthcare crisis, pioneers of long-term care protection are preparing to act. They will state their intentions, and invite political leaders to do the same, at a briefing in Kansas City on October 17. ‘The problem,’ says Cameron Truesdell of LTC Financial Partners, one of the pioneers and host of the event, ‘is a widespread lack of proper long-term care protection, which threatens to bankrupt the states, Uncle Sam, and millions of American families.’ He is CEO of LTC Financial Partners LLC, America’s leading LTC insurance brokerage.

Cameron Truesdell, CEO of LTC Financial Partners, Challenges Leaders to Address Bold Objective: Affordable Long-Term Care for All


KIRKLAND, WA – Oct. 12 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — On October 17 in Kansas City, change-makers will answer an all-important question: ‘How can we make long-term care protection as common as auto insurance … so no American risks financial ruin from longer-lasting health needs … and government doesn’t go broke trying to fill an unfillable gap?’ The question will be posed by Cameron Truesdell, CEO of LTC Financial Partners LLC, the nation’s leading insurance brokerage specializing in long-term care and representing multiple carriers.

Correction: U.S. Senator Kit Bond (R, MO) and Buck Stinson of Genworth Financial Are Not Scheduled to Appear in Kansas City Briefing Hosted by LTC Financial Partners


KANSAS CITY, MO – Oct. 11 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — On October 17 in Kansas City, leaders from business and government have been invited to express their views on bringing long-term care insurance protection to more Americans. The briefing, designed to spark public awareness, is hosted by LTC Financial Partners LLC, the nation’s leading long-term care insurance brokerage representing multiple carriers

Featuring U.S. Senator Kit Bond (R, MO), Oct. 17 Briefing Will Address Bold Objective: Affordable Long-Term Care for All


KIRKLAND, WA – Oct. 7 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — As 77 million baby boomers approach retirement and most Americans enjoy longer life spans, a time bomb ticks. What happens when tens of millions succumb to longer-lasting illnesses or injuries? Regular health insurance won’t cover it. Uncle Sam doesn’t want to. State-run Medicaid does contribute to long-term care expenses — for the indigent. But Medicaid costs are ballooning to the breaking point. Family assets are commonly tapped, but soon run out except for the very wealthy. So who’s going to protect longer-living Americans, so they can bounce back from down time without somebody going broke?

Averting Financial Disaster for 20 Million – KC Confab Will Chart the Path


KANSAS CITY, MO – September 28 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, by 2025 more than 20 million Americans – incapacitated athletes and children as well as aging baby boomers – will need long-term care services. Ordinary health insurance won’t cover it. Neither, in all likelihood, will Medicaid, as legislative reform cracks down on benefits claimed by the affluent. Yet, ‘We can have long-term care protection for every American,’ says Cameron Truesdell, CEO of LTC Financial Partners LLC, the nation’s leading LTC insurance brokerage.

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.

LTC Financial Partners Attracts Top Agents with Industry First: Ownership


KIRKLAND, Wash. – September 13 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — LTC Financial Partners LLC, the nation’s first and only national, agent-owned long term care insurance brokerage, today announced a bold campaign to recruit a commanding majority of the industry’s best agents.

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.

National Network of Estate Planning Attorneys Enters into Strategic Alliance with America’s Leading Long Term Care Insurance Brokerage


KIRKLAND, Wash. – August 10 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — LTC Financial Partners LLC, the only national, agent-owned long term care insurance brokerage in the U.S., today announced a strategic alliance with the National Network of Estate Planning Attorneys. The arrangement will, in effect, make it easier for the lawyers to save their clients money. ‘They see the strong connection between health insurance and wealth assurance,’ says Cameron Truesdell, CEO of LTC Financial

Long Term Care Eats Real Estate … Two Square Feet a Day, Experts Say


KIRKLAND, Wash. – July 29 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — The rising cost of long term care has become a monster capable of devouring American homes in large, quick bites. So says Cameron Truesdell, CEO of LTC Financial Partners, LLC, the nation’s leading long term care insurance brokerage representing multiple carriers.

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.