AARP Long Term Care Insurance Information
AARP does not sell insurance but endorses products such as insurance.
To get information about your policy use the contact phone numbers above. We do not have information about your policy.
At this time there are no long term care insurance policies endorsed by AARP that we sell. We can provide quotes from the same companies.
The last company endorsed by AARP we represent was Genworth Financial. Prior to endorsing Genworth, AARP endorsed MetLife, John Hancock, and Prudential long term care insurance.
Older AARP long term care insurance policies may not offer Partnership asset protection.
We do not assume that traditional long term care insurance is appropriate for you. Other options include linked-benefit products such as an annuity with a long term care rider and life insurance with a long term care rider. Although these linked-benefit products may not be appropriate for everyone they are alternatives for some people.
We will provide you with the lowest quotes from all the major companies and help you apply for approval. The premiums are no different from us or any other agent, agency, or company. With us you can apply by phone, email, mail or meet with one of our trusted financial partners.
We are here to help you with your long term care planning.
AARP does not sell insurance, but receives royalties for the use of its name and mailing list from insurance companies, primarily United Health Care. Between 1999 and 2008, AARP royalties – not all from insurance – more than tripled, from $200.1 million to $652.7 million, royalties constitute nearly one-half of all AARP revenues, and well over twice membership fees. – Spokesman-Review
Long Term Care is a family affair.
The majority of caregivers are family members.