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Short Term Care

 

The typical Short-Term Care insurance (STCi) policy provides coverage for 1 year or less. For many people, this is a very appropriate and affordable amount of coverage. It is true that some long-term care claims last for many years,however, almost half (49%) of long-term care insurance claims LAST ONE YEAR OR LESS.

The majority of policies have a 0-day deductible (Elimination Period) and a full year of benefits. Simply, that means the policy pays on the very first day one qualifies for benefits. Most traditional long-term care insurance policies (about 94%) are sold with a 90-Day Deductible that must be met before benefits are paid.

It is important to know that these policies can pay in addition to Medicare — something a traditional Long-Term Care Insurance policy is prohibited from doing.

Most Short-Term Care applications have 7-to-10 health questions. If you can answer “NO” to all the questions, you are 95% through the health underwriting process. However, there are policies that haveONLY 2 “YES” “NO” QUESTIONS and can be ideal for people with existing health problems.

 

Who Should Consider A Short-Term Care Policy?

You (or a spouse) were DECLINED for traditional LTC Insurance.
You want a LESS EXPENSIVE option (than traditional long-term care insurance).
You WAITED TOO LONG to buy long-term care insurance (cost is now too high!).
You are AGE 80 OR OLDER.
You are a SINGLE WOMAN (rates for Short-Term Care policies are NOT GENDER-BASED as they are with traditional long-term care insurance).
You have a long term care insurance policy and you want to cover the Elimination Period.

The typical person buying short-term care insurance is between the ages of 65 and 74.

 

Short Term Care Brochure

Senior Solutions Group

PO Box 581 | Faith, NC 28041
704-210-8138
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PO Box 581 | Faith, NC 28041

704-210-8138
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