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FAQ

How should one make a decision whether to buy LTC insurance vs self-fund long-term care?
Whew. You're asking a big question. I could literally write pages on this, but let me try to answer your question in a succinct manner.IF you have less than $1M in savings, LTC insurance is almost a necessity. This shocks some people, but think about this -when you’re MOST likely to need LTC services, you’re in your eighties or nineties. At that point in time, you’ve been living off that $1M for 20–25 years. So, your $1M is no longer $1M. Now it’s maybe $600K. In 25 years, the AVERAGE private nursing home room in the US will cost roughly $17,500 per month. In many parts of the country, it will be far higher. So, LTC services are expensive. And while most people think that the nursing home is the most expensive place to receive care, consider this. You’re physically impaired for some reason, but damn it, you’re going to stay home. You need someone in the house with you 24/7. Well, today, that sort of companion/unskilled care runs about $25 an hour. 24 hours per day X 365 days per year X $25 - that’s $219,000 per year• and that’s TODAY.So, even if you have substantial amount of savings, it makes sense to consider an insurance safety net. Insurance buys you leverage. If you have more than $1M in savings, it still often makes sense, just from a risk-transfer perspective. Consider this - I’ll bet you $100 you still insure your house, even though you can probably estimate, within $20,000, how much it would cost to replace it. And, hey, you have $1M dollars. You could easily pay $300,000 for a new house. But you’d NEVER not keep homeowners insurance in place. Well, you’re far, afar more likely to need LTC services than you are to lose your house in a major fire.Again, I could go on for paragraphs.
How do you know if you need to fill out a 1099 form?
Assuming that you are talking about 1099-MISC.  Note that there are other 1099s.check this post - Form 1099 MISC Rules & RegulationsQuick answer - A Form 1099 MISC must be filed for each person to whom payment is made of:$600 or more for services performed for a trade or business by people not treated as employees,Rent or prizes and awards that are not for service ($600 or more) and royalties ($10 or more),any fishing boat proceeds,gross proceeds of $600, or more paid to an attorney during the year, orWithheld any federal income tax under the backup withholding rules regardless of the amount of the payment, etc.
How do Long Term Care (LTC) rider payout works when it was bought with Indexed Life insurance (IUL)?
We own whole life policies through Northwestern Mutual for estate planning purposes. However, at retirement, we also purchased a Transamerica IUL with a LTC rider to cover the risk associated with the pension options we chose.By choosing a full monthly pension payment, rather than a reduced pension with a residual spousal payment should the pensioner die, we were able to use the increased monthly pension amounts to pay the premiums on a Transamerica IUL policy with a LTC rider.It offers the return of premiums after 15 years of coverage without a long-term (or death) claim. If a long-term care claim is filed, it pays a monthly amount until the cumulative monthly payments exceed the total death benefit.For the particular purpose that we purchased this policy, it’s fine. After 15 years of collecting the higher monthly pension, and hopefully avoiding LTC or death, we will reassess our risk and determine the benefits of continuing to keep the policy in force or accepting the return of premiums paid.I would not want the Transamerica policy to be our only life insurance coverage as it is not the most effective or efficient policy for estate/inheritance purposes. In general, I want whole life insurance policies for that purpose. At the age of 64, I have no need or desire to own term life insurance coverage.There is a reasonable probability that we will accept the return of premiums from Transamerica at the 15 year mark.Talk to a financial advisor with a CLU and ChFC or RIA designation. Each policy is different. Read the policy details. Then, make a decision and follow through. The worst thing you can do is to do nothing.
What are the long term benefits of using nitrto fill car tires?
You would wear out the tread long before the type of gas would make a tinker's damn worth of difference. The air you breath is 78% nitrogen. The theoretical advantage of pure nitris that it doesn't expand as much when heated up under race conditions providing some minuscule advantage in a 500 miles race. Using it in a car used for daily driving is a waste of money.
How do I compare the benefits of Long Term Care Insuarance to other investment options?
I would not place long-term care insurance in the same basket of investments, keep in mind INVESTMENT is action or process you take of investing money for profit. when you invest you expend your money with the expectation or the hope of achieving a profit.A long-term care insurance plan is a protection, a smart move on your part by preparing your self in case you need long-term care.That's another word to keep in mind LONG TERM CARE meaning those who suffer from chronic illnesses, disabilities or serious conditions need on a minute, hourly or daily basis over an extended period of time.There is no profit here to be made, the benefit would amount to which coverage options you choose and that in itself come with requirements such asageincomesavingstaxes...When you looking at a long-term care insurance you not looking to make any profit whatsoever. The most important factor to you should be asking yourself if in the future I suffer from chronic diseases and need of long-term care, will I be ok! will I be able to sustain my needs.
What are the differences between Chronic Illness Rider or LTC-Long Term Care Rider in Life insurance? How can it be cost optimized for different ages of people?
This is what I always tell my clients when it comes to Terminal Illness/Chronic Illness (ChI), Critical Illness (CrI) and Long Term Care (LTC): the 3 of them are governed by three different tax codes.So now you know there are three different tax codes, the question, therefore, is no longer “how can it be cost optimized for different ages of people” because the tax codes don’t discriminate people based on age but the question should be why did Congress create 3 different tax codes for what seems to be similar in nature?This is where most life insurance agent can’t answer but a tax CPA like myself or someone who’s familiar with the intricacies of the tax codes can. Thus, your question becomes irrelevant because now it’s about tax planning and how this tax planning can help you preserve your wealth long term should an unfortunate event occurs. It is not about “cost” like many people think but it is about tax planning. Does this make sense to you? So moving on to the 3 tax codes in question:Terminal / Chronic Illness: is governed by IRC code section 101(g) and its benefits are treated an acceleration of the death benefit.Critical illness: is governed by IRC section 104 is its benefits are treated as health insurance benefitsLong Term Care: is governed by IRC section 7702B and 101(g).Without going into the technical details of each code section, which I’m sure you can look them up by Googling them and read them (good luck if you can understand them), this is what I will strongly recommend you to consider: I have LTC rider and not any other types. All life insurance has terminal illness rider anyway so it’s built in whether you want it or not, which is a good thing because during periods of confusion and health illness, one may not be able to go to work, don’t have income so by using terminal illness benefit to pay for those fixed expenses one’s stress level would certainly be reduced a lot.While you’re healthy right now that (financial stress) doesn’t seem like a lot and you’re kinda comparing costs but trust me when that hits you, you wish you had this type of benefit at whatever cost. I have a client who bought life insurance with LTC rider with a super best rate and within a year and a half she was diagnosed with lung cancer (she was not a smoker ever) and died within a year. While she was going through chemo, her family didn’t have income because she didn’t show up to work, which eventually resulted in her termination in her employment which then terminated her life insurance at work, her husband had to stay home to take care of her so no income by the husband so they ended up requesting the insurance company to allow them to take Terminal Illness benefit effectively taking 75% of the face value of the policy to pay rent, food, and other expenses while the family is pretty much waiting for her to recover.Unfortunately, she never made it. She was so much into working (she was a hard worker) that she ignored all the symptoms of lung cancer early on (like weird coughing etc…) so by the time she coughed so much that it was at stage 3 and there was no way out for her. The day I attended her funeral the husband told me “Suzanna, I wish I had bought more life insurance.” Now a single dad with a 9-year old son he’s struggling financially to raise a young son with no jobs (It’s kinda tough to get a job after you stay at home to take care of your wife for over a year and half). He already used up all the terminal illness benefits, all his savings so he doesn’t have much money left. I feel him. It would have been nice to have like $200,000 in his hands right now so he can comfortable take care of the son and get retrained for a new job or do whatever he wants to do short term.Another reason I got LTC rider as opposed to other things such as critical illness/chronic illness is that under the tax code LTC covers both temporary and permanent conditions whereas the other riders only cover permanent. The language in the tax code is very tricky. On the surface they all look the same with the 6 ADL’s (Activities of Daily Living) the tax codes are very specific as to the conditions one must meet in order to qualify. Unfortunately, most life insurance agents and life insurance companies are not very good at communicating this to the consumers orally (insurance companies do have brochures that show the difference but most agents don’t care to show them to their prospects, that’s why I became a life agent licensed agent because I didn’t trust the life agents know what the were talking about when they were trying to sell me one of those policies) so the consumers kinda sign on the dotted line thinking they are buying something when in fact they are buying something different.There are some health conditions that will last forever and there are conditions which can improve over time so if you happen to have a health condition which is temporary in nature (stroke, accident, injury etc..), by having critical illness/chronic illness you won’t qualify for the benefit and the insurance company will most likely not pay up under the terms of the contract.So for me personally, just to be sure I’m covered no matter which health condition I have, permanent or temporary, my family and I have something to fall back on instead of depleting our family’s portfolio to pay for those unforeseen expenses for which I work so hard to build. Therefore, I chose LTC rider. Good luck to you in making the right decision.
Do you have to be in an institution to accumulate your long term care benefits?
No, not necessarily. If your long-term care insurance policy has coverage for in-home care, then you do not need to be in an institution in order to get your benefits. All you need is to prove that you are not able to perform 2 out of the 6 "activities of daily living" or ADLs: eating, dressing, bathing, toileting, transferring, and continence. Read more about this type of coverage here:Receiving Long-Term Care Insurance Benefits, Long Term Care Basics, Long term care insurance answers and long term health care information for consumers buying long-term care insurance
How long does it take to fall in love with someone? What does it take?
I believe that I have the very best answer.There is no definitive amount of time...for males or females or anything other and in between. Let me explain It's not as if it takes exactly x months or exactly x days or x hours. And upon this, I believe some people can take less than a day--and some can take years. There's immature love, mature love, selfish love, unconditional love, puppy love, and so on and so forth and they are not tied to how long it takes or the age or gender of the person falling.Of course your age or how young you are mentally plays a role in it too, because very young people usually have an ill-conceived misinterpretation of what real and true love is. They are usually more prone to puppy love or to immature and purely physical infatuation/lust.But I do believe that when you ARE in love, when you realise that you're falling and falling deeper and deeper, there's no denying it. You just know. So really, it doesn't matter how long it takes, as long as the feeling is real and irrefutable, and that you have gotten to know and love the person, rather than their money, looks, persona, status, connections, etc.On top of this, if you met up with a person once for a couple hours each month, for a year/12 months... and you realised you fell in love,  it took "a year" to fall in love. (even though really it took about 12 meetings x 2 hours = 24 hours total with them and the time in between to fantasise and miss them) whereas if you spent 6 hours a day with someone each week day for a couple weeks, it "only took you two weeks" (when really it took you 6h×5 days a week x2 = 60 hours  total with them and the time in between to fantasise and miss them). a year = really 24 hours VSTwo weeks = really 60 hoursDo you see what I mean?It's more about the quality and less than the quantity of the time. And it's also about the kind of love.There is no magic formula.But when you're in love, you KNOW. For the type of love that is strong and pure enough, that is. Not puppy love or lust.Expanding on this, I think for certain people and types of love, it can take less than a really great 20 minute conversation! to learn about and adore someone's personality. Then later to keep thinking about them and turn this into being in love. Whereas for other people, depending on the person and the conversations, it can take months/years! Again though, there's a difference between loving someone and who they are, between puppy loving or coveting someone's looks/some other shallow thing besides who they are, and between being in love with them and who they are.There are many differnet types and ways of falling in love, and there are differnet depths and growths and developing stages of it! I hope this helped! :)
How do you get over a long term relationship in which you found out you cared more than they did?
I have been on both sides of this situation.  I had an experience where I was dating someone who cared WAY more for me than I did for him.  He was a gentle, good soul, but whatever IT is, IT just wans't there.  He thought that over time I would "grow" to love him.  I didn't and I knew that I never would.  This was not a terribly long relationship, but I felt a lot of pain and did a lot of soul searching.  He really was a sweet man, but I just didn't feel for him the way he felt for me. It just wasn't fair for him to have a level of love for me that could never be reciprocated and it wasn't fair to me to stay in a relationship that I knew would go nowhere for me. I never thought I could break someone's heart and I wish I hadn't had to. Prior to this man, I was with someone who I loved but was not loved in return.  My husband of 22 years.  I felt devastated, and I spent nearly a year grieving the loss of my marriage.  Realizing the marriage was over and that my husband felt this way a long time before we actually split was gut wrenching.  Then one day, I just decided to get myself out there again and start dating via an online dating service.  The gentleman mentioned in paragraph one was the first person I had dated after my break-up and grieving process.   Now I am with the love of my life.  You will find the love of your life too someday.  You are meant to be with someone who loves you at least as much as you love them.  That person is out there, it just wasn't the one you thought you wanted.  I say thought you wanted, because when you do find that love of your life, you will wonder why you spent so much time trying to get someone to love you and not enough time searching for someone who could love you forever.I am sorry for your pain and I wish you the best of luck.  God Bless!
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