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  • Settling your debt through Insurance Web Blog tool in the shortest period of time

    By brunahilton12

    The Insurance Blog is a handy tool for settling your debit in an advanced and sophisticated manner. There is no doubt about the fact that the management of commercial debt is major challenge a business faces. Due to the onset of recession the debt keeps on piling with the passage of time. The debt restructuring is a useful method for carrying out the business and clearing the outstanding debits.  Read..

  • Factors To Consider When Looking For Motorcycle Insurance

    By Dylan.S.barrett

    When buying good motorcycle insurance, one of the things that many people do not understand is on how go about the process. There are many things that one should consider before opting for any single policy at the face value. It is however important to note that insurance for your motorcycle is a required by law and you should not operate without it. In addition to the fact that it is a legal requirement, the insurance cover works to protect you and your bike in case something was to happen to you. Getting the best insurance policy may not require that you go for the most expensive cover and therefore should not be ignored at all.  Read..

  • Guide to Child Insurance Plan – Security to Your Childs Future

    By Sameer Ujwal

    A child insurance plan is one that ensures your child's future, in all aspects possible. It is crucial for you to get an insurance plan for your child so that even though you fail to get a continuous revenue stream in the future or even if some problems arise (or worse, in the case of your untimely death), your child's future would be secure. As part of your retirement plan, insurance for your child could be very beneficial.  Read..

  • Long-term care insurance: 12 questions to ask

    Those who aren't getting older can skip this story. Still with us? Good. You are getting older, and at some point, your body will break down. Here are some scary statistics: Studies indicate that as many as 40 percent of Americans over 65 will spend time in a long-term care facility, that more than 70 percent over 65 will use some form of home health care, and that a year in a nursing home can cost anywhere from $40,000 to $100,000 or more today, with costs likely to more than quadruple 30 years from now.  Read..

  • Three Ways to Buy Long Term Care Without Paying Premiums Out of Your Pocket

    By Robert D. Cavanaugh, CLU

    Stop 100 people over 65 on the street and ask them if they will ever need to go to a nursing home and 99 will say, “No!” Folks tend to equate long term care insurance with nursing homes, but there are other aspects of long term care. Home care, assisted living, adult day care and hospice care are all forms of long term care which cost money where the person never sees the inside of a nursing home.  Read..

  • Baby Boomers And Their Families Should Have LTC Plan

    By Michigan Department Of Community Health

    LTC or LTC Health Insurance
    Free Own Your Future planning guides from the federal government are being offered through the Michigan Department of Community Health's Office of Services to the Aging to assist baby boomers and their families with long term care planning.


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