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Michael Summers
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April 27, 2007
Long-term care insurance is fundamentally a woman's issue - Women have some special challenges in life, just by being female. Because the average woman can expect to live to age 80, or 5.3 years longer than the average man, life experiences are likely to be different. With that longer life span comes the question of who will provide care in the aging years and at what price? While many women may not think ... Full Story

March 30, 2007
Variable annuities offer a wealth of benefits - As today's challenging economic environment continues to stir up Americans' retirement nest eggs, there's a greater demand for investment vehicles that provide an opportunity for stability and support long-term needs in retirement. While annuities have been around for decades, investors are increasingly looking to this tried and true investment op... Full Story

February 23, 2007
Protect yourself from the potential costs of - long-term care It's easy to think that just by buying life insurance, you've provided for your loved ones once you're gone. But who pays the bill, which can be staggering, if you're still very much alive, and unable to take care of yourself? Today, people are living longer, which dramatically increases the odds of developing a chronic illness th... Full Story

January 26, 2007
Long-term care plans give families options - When independence is limited because of a chronic illness, many individuals find themselves requiring additional assistance. Depending on the level of assistance required, care may be administered at home, in the community or within a facility. In some areas, especially rural areas, there may be only one or two kinds of long-term care choices. Mos... Full Story


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