Even though your association members continue to enjoy good health as they age, at some point, they may need a little help. Individual Long-Term Care insurance policies from Mutual of Omaha Insurance Company (Mutual of Omaha) may help protect your association members’ needs and give them choices. DETAILS BELOW.
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LONG-TERM CARE INSURANCE: DETAILS
CHOICES FOR THE FUTURE
Even though your association members continue to enjoy good health as they age, at some point, they may need a little help. Maybe they’ll need help with simple things like shopping or preparing a meal. Perhaps they’ll need the services of a visiting nurse. They may even need nursing home care. An individual Long-Term Care insurance policy from Mutual of Omaha Insurance Company (Mutual of Omaha) may help protect your association members’ needs and give them choices:
The choice to help remain independent and receive the quality care they need in their homes
The choice to not rely on family and friends to care for them
The choice to help keep a lifetime of savings intact for the things they really want to do
Whether their needs are short-term or long-term, we have the right policy for your association members. So, they’ll have choices about their future.
Mutual of Omaha’s Long-Term Care Insurance
When you team up with Mutual of Omaha Insurance Company, your members are eligible to apply for individual Long-Term Care insurance at a lower premium – 5 percent lower than our individual policy rate available to the general public.
The convenience of having premiums deducted from their bank account; no need to worry about a missing payment
The services of a professional insurance agent
Taking their coverage with them when they move or retire
Your Mutual of Omaha insurance agent is able to help association members determine the coverage that best fits their needs. We may be able to help them live their dreams.
IN IT TOGETHER.
Long-term care insurance is underwritten by Mutual of Omaha Insurance Company, 3300 Mutual of Omaha Plaza, Omaha, NE 68175. Policy forms LTC09M-CA and LTC09M-AG-CA. This policy has exclusions, limitations, reductions and terms under which the policy may be continued in force or discontinued. For costs and complete details of coverage, call your agent or write the company. This is a solicitation of insurance. By responding you are requesting a licensed insurance agent to contact you by telephone to receive more information.
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