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STCi: Revisited

February 16th, 2018 Insurance
It’s been a while since we talked about Short Term Care insurance coverage:

Short-term care (also known as Recovery Care or “LTC Lite”) is not a new product but it has been gaining ground in the last 2 years … With its shorter underwriting cycle, high-issue rates, and low premiums it’s becoming increasing popular

As may be, but contra this take, we really haven’t seen much discussion of this product in the intervening five-and-a-half years, so one wonders about its appeal.

On the other hand, there must be something positive about it; we recently received this educational video on a related plan from our friends at Guarantee Trust Life:


GTL’s Short-Term Home Health Care Insurance from Guarantee Trust Life Insurance on Vimeo.

Thanks, GTL!

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