The Advisor's Guide to Long-term CareBook - 2013
With statistics that point to the probability that people are likely to need extended health care during their life, this manual helps estate planners, advisors, and individuals address these essential life decisions. The authors consider all relevant aspects of long-term care insurance, explaining how to best use it as a prudent risk-management choice. All relevant aspects are covered, including funding and self-funding options; governmental programs; recent; taxation; wealth preservation; and options for the employer in establishing coverage for employees.
Publisher: Chicago :, American Bar Association, Section of Real Property Trust & Estate Law,, 
Edition: First edition
Branch Call Number: 344.73032 A245
Characteristics: ix, 255 pages : illustrations, forms ; 26 cm
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