Long-Term Care Insurance: A Special Free Seminar on Wednesday, September 25 at 5:30 p.m.
You are cordially invited to join us!
- You have your 401(k)…
- Your diversified portfolio…
- Your retirement nest egg…
You’ve thought of everything – except for how to protect these assets should you need long-term care. It’s a fact: Just one year in a Connecticut nursing home can cost more than $157,700. And Medicare and health insurance may only cover a fraction of these costs.
Now there’s a way to protect your life’s savings. If you’re 40 or older, long-term care insurance approved by the State’s Connecticut Partnership for Long-Term Care should be part of your retirement plan. These policies assure you of the highest quality standards. They’re affordable and provide asset protection, protect against inflation, and – most important – give you peace of mind through your retirement years.
Free Seminar: On Wednesday, September 25 at 5:30 p.m., the Hagaman Memorial Library, 227 Main Street in East Haven, CT will be sponsoring a presentation on this very important topic with special guest speaker Aldo Pantano, from the CT Partnership for Long-Term Care, with the State Office of Policy and Management. Come learn about how the State’s Partnership for Long-Term Care can help you plan ahead for your future long term care needs.
No company specific products will be discussed, and there will be no sales or solicitations allowed – just information that you should know. Please call the Hagaman Library at (203) 468-3890 to register to attend.
P.S. Even if you’ve put aside money for your retirement, such as through a 401(k), these assets are vulnerable should you need long-term care. Our free seminar will explain how long-term care insurance can help protect your retirement investments.
Extra parking for evening and weekend library events is available in the East Haven Town Hall parking lot on 250 Main Street (across the street from the library), in the KeyBank parking lot next to the library (after 12:00 p.m. on Saturdays and after 5:00 p.m. on weekdays) and in the Stop and Shop lot behind the library, accessible from Messina Drive.