This mini-episode comes directly from a question sent to our team and is part of the show's Lightning Round where we answer your questions.
Terry asks Chris about the value of long-term care insurance.
What do you need to consider as you plan for retirement?
Over 90% of insurance companies have increased the costs of long-term care coverage.
Listen in to hear how to better understand your costs & create a plan to protect your future
Chris helps Terry learn how to protect herself from the risk of needing long-term care coverage and what options she needs to consider.
The BIG Takeaway:
Trends show healthcare beginning to include long-term care coverage. Meaning you could be investing in something for years that may soon be given away - be careful.
Insurance companies saw this coming years ago and created a great solution to look into.
The right life insurance policy can provide you with a fixed cost and carry all the provisions for long-term care, but with added flexibility.
The most important thing is choosing the best life insurance policy to fit your needs.
Was the tax bill over-hyped? When will we see the changes take place and how should the normal every day person expect to feel it?
How can your business be the most successful in this changing tax environment?
Your politeness could wreck your future.
The market has dropped for the second week in a row! Why is this happening and what should you do?!? Peace is possible and too many people are seeking growth and stability the wrong way.
A question often comes up with clients when they come in. They want to know “What is the best way to invest for retirement and how much growth they should expect?” They don’t always like my answer.
Fear sells. Let's talk about the complex relationships between fear, anxiety, and financial peace. I'll share a couple of stories.
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Rich asks our team about a financial planner that said all of his services were “complimentary, because their income is based on performance.” What does that mean?
Ben asks “What is the best financial advice someone gave you?” My answer is a little controversial to some.
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