Study sheds light on LTCI prospects

02/1/2013 | Insurance Networking News

A study from The Forbes Consulting Group shows that lower price points can pique younger consumers' interest in long-term-care insurance. More than one-third of consumers aged 45 to 51 who met certain income and asset thresholds expressed interest in lower-priced policies. The study also revealed that 64% of consumers prefer to buy basic LTCI with an intermediate cost while paying some out-of-pocket costs.

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