Plan to Take Control of Your Long Term Care
Susan has been a practicing certified financial planner since 1987. She has been helping Bucks County residents with their financial goals of financial security for retirement. She is also a certified long term care specialists. Planning for future medical cost is so important the cost of an uninsured long term care illness will impact cash flow and investments. Our firm is dedicated to help families by providing independent an objective solutions to reduce the impact of a long term illness.
Chris has been in the insurance and financial industry since 2003. After graduating from West Chester University he began his career with Hartford Life subsidiary Planco Financial Services in Wayne, Pennsylvania. Since 2006 Chris has been helping local families with retirement and insurance needs.
Chris believes that within 10 years advisors, accountants and insurance agents with look at Long Term Care Insurance as the first building block in creating a financial plan. Without this in place financial professionals are neglecting a major financial tool that can protect families and save legacies.
Our team is here to help you complete your financial vision. Let us help you find the right solution for your Long Term Care needs.
After suffering a long term care situation within her own family and witnessing the devastation caused by not having a proper plan in place, Laura's passion has been helping families and individuals understand the importance of having a plan to maintain their independence and protect their assets prior to a long term care event. She works as an intrical part of the Affordable Long Term Care team, focusing on communication and researching advancements made within the Long Term Care industry.
Laura has been a speaker at health care symposiums discussing Long Term Care insurance and has been a member of Certification for Long Term Care since 2012.
We Cannot predict the future but we can plan for it today
We cannot predict the future but we can plan for it today.
The phrase "long-term care" refers to the help that people with chronic illnesses, disabilities or other conditions need on a daily basis over an extended period of time. The type of help needed can range from assistance with simple activities (such as bathing, dressing and eating) to skilled care that's provided by nurses, therapists or other professionals.