Budish, Arnold D.; Sochacki, Zachary J.
July 1993
Journal of Financial Planning;Jul1993, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p134
Academic Journal
Selecting the best long-term care insurance policy for a client is a difficult decision. This article provides ten tips for analyzing and comparing policy provisions, including inflation riders, waiting periods, benefit qualifications, and premium wavers.


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