Serving Queen Creek, Gilbert, Mesa, San Tan and the entire East Valley
If you have life insurance, you know you were required to pick a single or multiple beneficiaries when you purchased your policy. When you die, the beneficiaries receive the payout from the policy.
As seniors age, the need for long-term care increases, particularly when they cannot do the activities of daily living (ADL), such as getting dressed, bathing, or preparing meals. Care in a nursing home or skilled nursing facility (SNF) may be appropriate for these older adults. However, it’s one of the biggest expenses Medicare beneficiaries are likely to face.