Deb Newman, CLU, ChFC, LTCP, Chair of the LIFE Foundation Board of Directors

Deb Newman, CLU, ChFC, LTCP, Chair of the LIFE Foundation Board of Directors

January 24, 2012

You Shredded Your AARP Card. Now What?

People say that 50 is the new 40, but delivered along with your birthday cards when you turn 50 will be your membership card to AARP. Yes that’s right, your official “pass go” into the American Association of Retired People. Quite ironic, given that retiring at 50 isn’t plausible or realistic for 99.9% of us. […]

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November 10, 2011

What Would I Have Done Without My LTCI?

Donna was fortunate to follow in her sister’s footsteps. Her older sister had purchased a long-term care insurance policy, and although Donna was only 56, she thought getting the coverage was a good idea, too. She also had experience with it. Her ailing aunt had made great use of her long-term care insurance policy, but […]

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July 22, 2011

Safeguarding the Caregiver With LTCI

Women have long been known as the caretakers of the family, overseeing the health and welfare of their children and spouses, and for those who are members of the “sandwich generation,” elderly relatives as well. But what happens when the caregiver needs care? For many families, this creates not only an emotional crisis but a […]

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March 28, 2011

Financial Advisor Barbie? Not Quite, but She May Want to Speak With One

If you’ve been following the celebrity gossip pages lately, you couldn’t have missed all the news about Barbie and Ken. It’s been a busy year for America’s favorite dream couple. This past Valentine’s Day, Ken successfully wooed Barbie back into his arms after spending seven years apart—all it took was a multimillion dollar advertising and […]

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February 15, 2011

11 Million Reasons Why Long-Term Care Insurance Is Working

In the world of long-term care insurance, it seems like a broken record when it comes to the press: let’s report what’s wrong and what’s not working, like this article from Time online. I suppose if you take a broader look, that’s what happens in all areas of life. Negative seems to sell more papers […]

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