A study showed that boomers turning 65 in 2011 are expected to retiredlive until they are 85.2 years old.

If you were born between 1946-1964 you are a baby boomer.

You are probably living pretty well, but in the back of your mind, you know you have not saved enough for your retirement…and specifically you have not saved enough to take care of the biggest expense: high medical bills-

Now I’m NOT talking about medical bills like doctor or hospital bills – those will be taken care of by Medicare & your supplement.

I’m talking about the medical bills you will have for your home care and eventually nursing home care that are NOT covered by Medicare. These are costs you will incur once you’re no longer able to take care of yourself. Either from becoming mentally disabled, physically disabled, or suffering from a critical illness.

In these cases, family members will mean well and help with things like cooking and cleaning or taking you to a doctor’s visit. But when it comes to being able to take time off work, moving you into their home, or providing around the clock care that’s something else. Our children have their own lives and simply cannot afford that level of commitment.

Have you thought about how YOU want to live? How you will provide for yourself if YOU can’t take care of yourself?

Well some of you may consider 10 Countries where that social security check will let you retire: Cambodia, Malaysia, Nicaragua, Indonesia, Columbia, Thailand, Costa Rica, Mexico, or Panama.

But for the rest of us who don’t want to retire in a foreign country (away from our family!) we better have a plan to help stretch what savings…and make sure we don’t become a burden to our children and grandchildren.

In the 90’s planners offered Long Term Care Policies. They were great until they stopped being sold due to the unlimited benefits most of them offered.

This has left a coverage gap that, until recently, went unfilled. Now I’m happy to present what I believe to be the “poor man’s retirement plan”, The Living Benefit Life Insurance Policy.

A Living Benefit plan is like Neapolitan ice cream – remember that? You got 3 flavors Chocolate, Vanilla, and Strawberry all in one scoop. A Living Benefit plan is just like that, you get a Term Life Policy that provides a death benefit, Critical Illness coverage that provides a lump sum of cash if you suffer from any of 15 major illnesses that affect your life expectancy, and a Chronic Illness benefit that is triggered just like a long term care plan was.  The Chronic Illness plan covers cognitive loss or inability to preform 2 of 6 activities of daily living (eating, bathing, dressing, toileting, transferring-walking and continence).

In these cases your Living Benefits plan comes to the rescue – providing a large lump sum of cash exactly when you need it most.

More importantly the benefits are based upon a guaranteed level premium for a pre-determined number of years, this means you can transfer some of this risk for an affordable predetermined cost.

I highly recommend the purchase for anyone who can qualify. Trade in your old style life insurance that pays only upon death – to the new style of coverage that provides cash for YOUR life.

Failure to do so may hasten the depletion of your retirement nest egg – or worse, put you in poverty at the mercy of the welfare system. Take it from me – both of my parents had dementia and ended up bouncing around welfare nursing homes. This experience has branded me for life and made me determined to help as many people as I can.

Now’s the Time to Get the Help You Need.

Provide me a little information and let’s start a conversation about your needs, your budget, and what you qualify for – this way I can prepare a plan to enhance YOU and YOUR family’s future security…and help you retire with confidence and style.

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