One of the biggest concerns when purchasing a Long Term Care policy is choosing how long you want the policy to last. Common options for benefit periods are two, three, four or five years. This can be a bit misleading. Your policy could potentially last longer than the benefit period you choose. This is because Long Term Care policies use a pool of money when paying out benefits.
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