Covid’s Effect On Long-Term-Care Insurance

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For the past few years, Covid has made everyone think a little harder about mortality and health. But now that the worst of the pandemic seems to be behind us, how has it affected long-term-care (LTC) insurance? In this Financial Advisor article Kimberly weighs in on the tougher underwriting requirements since the beginning of the Covid pandemic.

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Wealthy by Design: A 5-Step Plan for Financial Security by Kimberly Foss ranked 7th in the “Advice, How-To & Miscellaneous” category of the New York Times Best Seller list on July 7, 2013, which can be accessed directly here. The designation of Kimberly Foss as a New York Times best-selling author is derived from this appearance. This recognition pertains to one particular category of the New York Times Best Seller list and refers to one specific point in time (ranking on weekly list reflect sales for the week ending June 21, 2013). The citation of the book on the New York Times list is not owned or controlled by Empyrion Wealth Management.

As noted in disclaimers above, the book’s appearance on this list and Kimberly Foss’s recognition as a New York Times best-selling author are standard information provided for general purposes only. It is not a reflection of, or a claim to, any particular investment expertise, nor does the book’s author make any warranties with respect to its use, nor should Wealthy by Design be construed as an advertisement under the auspices of Rule 206(4)-1 of the Investment Advisers Act of 1940.

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