Study: Many LTCI buyers are looking to protect assets, estates

12/25/2012 | National Underwriter Life & Health

Among buyers of long-term-care insurance, about one-third said they made the purchase chiefly to guard their assets and estates, according to a study from America's Health Insurance Plans. Adviser recommendations play a major role in which plan clients buy, the study found, and more than half of respondents said they bought plans because they were worried that the "cost of insurance would increase in [the] future."

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