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What To Look For When Purchasing A Long Term Care Insurance Policy

Notice Of Late Payment

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Look for a policy that contains the option of naming a second person to receive notice of any late premium payment.

Historically, policies would be cancelled just when the coverage was needed for lack of payment due to mental or physical impairment. Giving someone else a notice provides the opportunity to keep the policy from lapsing just when you need it.

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