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Planning for Long-Term Care

5:30 PM-6:30 PM
Tuesday, November 2, 2021

Most Americans over the age of 65 are likely to need some form of long-term care, with many of those needing care ending up in nursing homes. Whether you think you’ll need long-term care or not, it’s important to understand it so you can plan for it.

Join us for this seminar on long-term care, where we’ll touch on such topics as:

  • What long-term care is, and where this type of care is provided
  • Strategies for paying for long-term care
  • Features and government incentives for long-term care insurance
  • How Medicare and Medicaid factor into planning for long-term care


Learn more about this seminar by calling Investment Services at 800-533-6773, ext. 2468.

The majority of our seminars are open to the general public. Check the Current Seminars listing for times and availability.

If you would like to attend a seminar that is not currently scheduled, call 608-232-5000 or 800-533-6773 and ask to speak with a member of our community partnerships team.

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*Source: U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, “Medicare & You 2015,”,, revised December 2014.