Long-Term Care Insurance
Long-term care insurance can play a significant role in your family’s future well-being. If you're concerned about the rising costs of long-term care and the potential financial impact on you and your family, you may want to consider long-term care insurance.
Long-term care insurance generally covers the costs of care needed beyond 100 days, up to a specified number of days or benefit amount. Many policies allow care to be provided in the comfort of your own home or at an adult day care center, an assisted living facility, or a nursing home.
Key reasons to consider long-term care insurance
Long-term care insurance can provide security for years to come by helping to:
- Secure quality, affordable care
- Preserve independence and financial freedom
- Help provide for the rising cost of long-term care
- Relieve family members and friends from having to provide care
- Safeguard your assets for your spouse and other heirs
- Help pay for expenses not covered by Medicare and Medigap
Schwab's insurance program can help you make informed decisions about whether or not you need long-term care insurance, and the type of coverage that would be best for you and your family.
For additional information, please refer to the Long-term care insurance brochure.
Charles Schwab works with Small Business Insurance Agency, Inc. ("SBIA") to make insurance available. Insurance specialists at SBIA can provide you with detailed information about insurance, help determine what’s right for you and, if appropriate, assist you in selecting a policy that fits your needs.
Call 888-539-4888, Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET, to talk with an insurance specialist.
Most long-term care insurance policies contain exclusions, waiting periods, limitations, and terms for keeping them in force. Please ask us for full details and cost information.
The insurance products available are underwritten and issued by participating insurance companies. Not all policies and product features are available in all states. This is not an offer or solicitation in any jurisdiction where the policies are not approved for sale. Any obligations under the policies are the exclusive obligations of the insurance companies and are subject to the financial conditions of the insurance companies.