At its core, retirement planning is simple. You trade income during your working years for income during your non-working years. To do this, you set aside a portion of today's income and accumulate enough so you can live off of it in retirement.
Look out. There’s a new payroll tax in town.
The new mandatory state payroll tax in Washington state under The Long-Term Care Trust Act is designed to fund long-term care benefits for its eligible residents.
If you are employed in Washington (or will be), read on or download our whitepaper below. This new tax will affect you.
In our previous post, we discussed pricing and product options of long-term care insurance.
Today, we will look at what’s involved in underwriting, and some sobering statistics related to long-term care.
In our previous post, we covered the basics of long-term care insurance.
Today, we want to look at pricing and alternative products to traditional long-term care insurance.
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