Ameritas Helps You Create an Extended Care Plan

  • Originally published March 18, 2015 , last updated February 13, 2018
  • Ameritas
Ameritas Helps You Create an Extended Care Plan

Your clients may already know this: they will probably need additional, expensive care as they age. Almost 70% of people over age 65 will need support over an extended period of time to meet their health or personal care needs at some point in their lives.1 And, that kind of care is expensive and not always covered by Medicare or private insurance.2 Are your clients prepared?

Life insurance with the Care4Life Acceleration rider may be able to help with some of the financial strains of growing older and needing assistance due to chronic, critical or terminal illness.

Your clients are looking for this kind of protection. Begin the conversation with them. We can help you get started with our prospecting video, social media posts, flyer, letter and more. The Care4Life Acceleration rider sales idea can help you make the sale.

Educational presentation >
Sales Strategy Brochure >
Prospecting email >
Client flyer > (call Sales Development to customize and order)
Fact Finder >
Follow-up letter >

Use these posts to communicate with your clients via social media about the importance of protecting against premature death and serious illness. Simply cut and paste one post every 1-2 weeks.

Having a chronic illness is more prevalent than you might think. Are you prepared for the financial impact if it happens to you?
http://go.ameritassales.com/e/47612/onicdisease-overview-index-htm/jg24d/44317211

Serious medical situations are something few women adequately plan for, yet long term care significantly impacts women, both as providers and as recipients.
http://go.ameritassales.com/e/47612/-learning-center-for-women-php/jg24g/44317211

These posts can only be used in accordance with your firm’s social media policy.

Call us with any questions at 1-877-888-0166. 

 

1http://go.ameritassales.com/e/47612/the-basics-who-nees-care-/jg24l/44317211 (accessed January 30, 2015)
2 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. “Long-Term Care: What Are The Issues?” health policy statement, February 2014