What You May Not Know About Long-Term Care Insurance

A man in a nursing home benefits from long-term care insurance

Long-term care insurance is more affordable and available than employees may belief.

When it comes to long-term care insurance, many people are left wondering whether or not they need it. In fact, not many people sign up for long-term care benefits even when they are provided to them by their employer. However, there are many misconceptions associated with how employees and employers alike approach long-term care insurance. If employees are not asking or inquiring about long-term care insurance benefits, it might be beneficial to explain the various myths that are associated with long-term care insurance. Here are the biggest misconceptions surrounding long-term care insurance. 

It Can Be a Voluntary Benefit

There are a variety of multiple employer-sponsored products, some of which include those with certain pricing discounts and payroll deductions. Many people are unaware that long-term care insurance is a voluntary and supplemental benefit their employer could already be providing them. 

Medicaid And Medicare Will Not Provide Long-Term Care For Employees

One of the most common misconceptions associated with long-term care insurance is that Medicaid and Medicare will provide long-term care. These services will end up restricting the employees’ options of where and how they end up receiving their long-term care. This also means that if Medicaid or Medicare doesn’t offer any custodial or home care, employees could be forced to spend their assets to pay for their long-term care.

Long-Term Care Insurance Can Be Affordable

Another misconception associated with long-term care insurance plans is that they are costly and that a young workforce won’t be interested in it at all. This couldn’t be farther from the truth. Many plans can end up being customized to meet employees’ budgets and potential long-term care needs. 

Bottom Line

No matter how old your employees are or what you may think their needs are, long-term care insurance should be discussed with all your employees and offered to them as a voluntary or supplemental benefit. Being able to provide your employees with long-term care is a great way to retain and attract some of the top talents out there.

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