Asset Protection FAQ
At Westminster Wealth Management, we have you—and only you—in mind.
Do I lose all of the money I’ve put towards premium payments for Long Term Care if I never need the policy?
There are several versions of Long Term Care insurance, some of which allow for a death benefit to go to heirs if the service is never used. We can take a look at what that looks like and the costs of each type.
Do I need life insurance?
There are several reasons to have life insurance, which I have listed below:
Education costs for heirs
The acronym DIME-L represents the most common needs for insurance. You may be paying premiums for a policy that you don’t necessarily need.
Once our clients have created a large nest egg, we want to make sure that unforeseen circumstances don’t deplete all of that hard work and planning. We take a look at all insurance types to see if there are weaknesses in your plan, as well as a cost/benefit analysis to having each type of insurance.
Long Term Care is one of our most frequent discussions, as the costs/features/benefits can be confusing, but having a policy may be right for you. Insurance can save a plan, but a thorough analysis of cost should always be completed before a recommendation is made.
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