LTC Insurance Sales Remain Steady A Year After Genworth Settlement

    | March 21, 2024


    Despite worries following a major LTC insurance provider settling a lawsuit over premium increases, LTC insurance sales remain steady. Industry experts assert that the lawsuit doesn't alter the fundamental necessity for LTC insurance. While traditional plans may be costly, hybrid plans are gaining traction due to their guaranteed payouts and relaxed underwriting standards. However, the LTC insurance sector is still evolving and requires more affordable options to cater to middle-income families' average care needs. There are hopeful signs with the introduction of group LTC plans offered through employers. Todd Wolfe, Senior Insurance Associate, highlighted this shift, stating, "This movement signifies a shift towards providing more accessible LTC insurance solutions, leveraging the collective bargaining power of group plans to offer more favorable terms and premiums than individual policies might provide."


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