Blasts & News
There are many changes taking place in the Long Term Care and Disability Insurance industries these days. The information comes from many different sources, and it can be quite confusing at times to put all the pieces together and make sense of it all. At NJLTC we send out several email newsletters , "Blasts" as we call them, a month. We keep our clients, brokers, and producers informed of all the relevant news, topics, and product updates that take place in our industry. Feel free to browse our archive of Blasts and News articles.
Changes in DI Marketplace Aug 26, 2019
Our last in a series of blasts to assist your sales efforts. In this edition some important changes in the disability marketplace. First Mass Mutual will no longer offer unisex rates on underwritten multi-life cases. This is an important competitive change that can work both ways. All male groups should have lower rates...groups with multiple females will not be a Mass Mutual sweet spot. This is a significant change and we should all be watching to see how the entire industry reacts. Also included in this blast is news from Standard and articles of interest. Good selling and as always, thanks for your business. READ MORE
August Announcements Aug 14, 2019
Long Term Care will be society's greatest need and dilemma as the baby boomer group now begins to solidly enter their senior years. What represents the largest population growth in US history is now the group, that along with medical advances, will live the longest of any group in our history. Are we prepared for the Tsunami that is on it's way? With LTC sales at 9% of all types / penetration, this writer would conclude definitely not. What follows in this blast is the latest LTC news as this industry continues to attempt to address this critical need. READ MORE
LTC Partnership, Lincoln UW, Standard benefit Aug 7, 2019
A total of 45 states, including Connecticut, have now implemented Partnership for Long-Term Care programs. All of the Partnership states, except for California, are members of the National Reciprocity Compact. View the Reciprocity Map here READ MORE