Clients may be reluctant to buy long-term-care insurance as policies are relatively expensive and might never be used if custodial care isn’t needed, but there are other ways to provide some coverage for a potentially major expense.
“Options for LTC planning have become much more flexible,” says Renee Larson, vice president of life and LTC sales for Raymond James Insurance Group in St. Petersburg, Fla.
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