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Why the WSJ is Wrong About Long Term Care Planning

Unlike the recent article in the WSJ, this Forbes article debunks a lot of misconceptions about LTCi and offers the product solid reviews for what it does do rather than what it doesn’t! Click here to read the full article...

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4 Financial Moves to Make If You’re Single

Whether you're single by circumstance or by choice, not being part of a couple can pose a number of financial challenges. Not only might you lose out on certain tax benefits, but you'll be limited to a sole income to cover life's expenses. That's why it's critical to...

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2017 Alzheimer’s Disease Facts and Figures

The numbers that are attributable to Alzheimer’s are staggering.  This should be reason enough for anyone who can medically qualify to have a long term care insurance policy in place.  Please refer to the brochure and video below for 2017 Facts and Figures on...

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How to Get Insurance Companies to Pay Your Claims

Filing an insurance claim is often directly preceded by a traumatic event in your life.  So the last thing you need is a fight with your insurance company to force it to pay.  But you can take steps at every point in the process -- and even before a traumatic event...

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7 Ways Women Can Cut The Cost of Long Term Care Insurance

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services found that half of people age 65 and older will need daily help as they age, with total long term care expenses averaging over $91,000 for men and double that for women. How can women ensure they'll receive the coverage...

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How to Cover Long Term Care with Life Insurance

Did you know that 70% of people turning 65 today will need long term care at some point in their life? Long-term care isn’t just for the elderly, though. In 2000, over two-thirds of the people requiring some form of long-term care were under 65.  If you’re a busy...

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Tobe has been instrumental to our business as we develop our clients’ financial plans.  The cost of healthcare is #1 on many people’s minds as it has been rising at such a rapid rate lately.  In particular, we work with many single women who want to plan for their care later in life.  Tobe’s consultative nature is so comforting and appealing to everyone we have introduced to her.  She is the antithesis of what people expect of an insurance agent.  Myself and my team at Twelve Points couldn’t feel more fortunate to have such a consummate professional as a resource for us and our clients.
David Clayman, CMT, AIF, C(k)PTwelve Points Wealth Management, Concord, MA