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Annuities and Long Term Care Does the Rider Fit?

Posted by William Byrnes on July 15, 2014


Protection against future long-term care (LTC) expenses is important for all clients.  For the right client, combining LTC insurance with an annuity product can make all the difference between comfort and anxiety late in life.

That the need for LTC coverage is relatively universal, however, does not mean that the analysis of a particular combination annuity-LTC product is any less nuanced.

Just as every client is different, not all LTC riders are created equally—and your advice can prove crucial in finding the most suitable product for the individual client.

Read the thoughts of Professor William Byrnes and Robert Bloink on long term care annuity riders at ThinkAdvisor.

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Robert Bloink, Esq., LL.M., and William H. Byrnes, Esq., LL.M., CWM®—are delivering real-life guidance based on decades of experience.  The authors’ knowledge and experience in tax law and practice provides the expert guidance for National Underwriter to once again deliver a valuable resource for the financial advising community,” added Rick Kravitz.

Anyone interested can try Tax Facts on Individuals & Small Business, risk-free for 30 days, with a 100% guarantee of complete satisfaction.  For more information, please go to www.nationalunderwriter.com/TaxFactsIndividuals or call 1-800-543-0874.

Interested in exploring a Master or Doctoral degree in the areas of financial services or international taxation? Let’s talk. profbyrnes@gmail.com Watch my youtube video by clicking on the logo to the left.

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