Amherst, NY January 23, 2018 -- Someday long-term care insurance (LTCi) may be widely available through the workplace, like health insurance. But you may not have to wait, according to Les Robinson, New York-based agent of ACSIA Partners LLC. “You should ask your employer about it right now. If it’s not already a part of the company’s benefit package, you can ask for it to be included.”
Partners LLC is a leading supplier of LTC ACSIA education and LTC insurance to individuals and organizations alike. “Workplace LTCi is a growing trend,” says Robinson, “and it’s our mission to move the trend along as fast as possible.”
Participating workplaces range from local proprietorships to large national corporations and non-profits.
“It used to be that long-term care insurance was mostly a family thing,” says Robinson, “but that’s changing. Employer-sponsored LTCi is gaining vogue. And anyone can help the trend along by bringing it to their management’s attention.”
Employer-sponsored plans offer key advantages versus ordinary standalone plans, Robinson points out. “First, there are lower rates based on group participation; then there’s simplified health screening with faster approvals. And, very important, the option to include non-working family members such as spouses, parents, and older children.”
“But it’s not only employees and their families that benefit,” Robinson continues. “The companies may benefit too.” Robinson says sponsoring organizations tend to --
Robinson strongly advises talking to one’s employer about LTCi regardless of whether it’s currently offered as a benefit. “New, company-sponsored programs can be set up quickly, especially for smaller organizations,” Robiinson says. “But with our turnkey system, even the largest organizations can be up and running in a reasonable length of time.”
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serving consumers as well as organizations. “We’re glad to help them find the best, most affordable solution for their situation,” Robinson says.