Archive for the ‘Long Term Care’ Category
One of the most exciting and scary moments in most families lives is about to happen or has recently happened, the purchase of the family home! This is NOT just a house, but the one you have chosen to call HOME!
With this in mind, lenders have protected themselves against catastrophic loss from natural events or acceleration with Home Owners Insurance and mortgage insurance.
What protects your family if you become disabled and can't work or die prematurely during the years required to payoff the loan? Statistically, this is more of a threat. This is where Defensive Strategies become invaluable.
As a Friends of Heroes affiliate in the triad and a fellow military veteran, it is my desire that you have the opportunity to inquire with no cost or obligation from an Independent Insurance professional what it will take to ensure your family continues to live in the Family Home for years to come, despite what may come ( Hell or High Water).
To make this a reality, I will take the time to counsel with you and / or your family, one on one, Face to Face, over coffee, to determine the most cost efficient way to achieve the protection goals you desire.
To access this benefit, please reply to email@example.com and in the subject line put "HERO". I will contact you from that point.
Your Financial Defensive Coordinator,
Jay A. Thurlow
We are coming up on that “time of the year”, when people will gather, turkeys will be stuffed, and family planning decisions will be made. Many are concerned with,
“What will happen when Mom and Dad……?”, and
“How do we take care of them while managing our already hectic Life?”
“How do we deal with the continued rising cost of care?” and
“Will there be enough money to pay for it all?”
These are common, and very Real concerns that we all face at some time. As a fellow member of the Sandwich Generation with similar concerns, I have been able to put together some answers. They are available at www.jaythurlow.com or we can schedule a time to meet for coffee to discuss. Thank you and don’t wait too late to begin.