Hi. I need some advice about getting a long term care insurance for my mom. She's currently 52 and I talked her into this a couple of months ago when her friend got a heart attack. I also talked to an agent about us, my mom and me, sharing her premiums so she can finish it as early as possible. At the moment, I am having a monthly income of $800 so I think that I can do just that. Is there however some other question/s that I have to ask even before availing one?
Saw this on google: http://www.acsia.com/how-to-determine-i … urance.php
But this is only advisable to 50+ year old people who plans to buy their own insurance policy. Is there any other information on long term care you can provide?
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