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Candid Conversations: Why no plan is still a plan

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Many clients have an unintentional long-term health care plan: by not having a written plan, they are assuming 100% of the risk of longevity. It’s a plan, but probably not the experience you want for your clients. Let’s be intentional and change the dialog. This is not a product conversation – it’s about your client, their families and their future.

Watch now for a new way of thinking about LTC insurance, including:

  • Viewing long-term care more like a holistic health insurance plan
  • Creating a "pre-funded" deductible for LTC
  • Changing the language you use with clients
  • The importance of an intentional plan, no matter your net worth

We can help you prepare for one of the most important conversations you’ll ever have with your clients.

About the Speaker



Chad Eyrich is an LTC maestro. He not only helps educate advisors and their clients on the importance of care planning, but he also orchestrates a smooth application process from start to finish. He leads Ash's LTC sales team and travels through the United States to present educational seminars on care planning, funding options and alternatives to traditional LTC insurance.

Tim Ash is known as a visionary in the financial services community. He is an industry leader who envisions a future where insurance is easy, affordable and an essential part of a sound financial plan. As CEO of Ash Brokerage, Tim has fostered an environment of success with team-focused empowerment and client-centered service. He has built a culture where people not only believe in what they do, but more importantly, they understand the reason behind their efforts.

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LTC Conversation Guide

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