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Long-Term Care Costs by State

See the Cost of Long-term Care in Your State – Both in Your Home and at a Facility

No matter where you live, long-term care is costly. Long-term care insurance covers qualified long-term care expenses often associated with home health aides, assisted living facilities and nursing homes.

This is a solicitation for insurance. A Thrivent Financial representative may contact you.

2011 Univita Market Survey of Long-Term Care Costs, March 2012.

All applications are subject to the underwriting requirements of Thrivent Financial for Lutherans. A medical exam may be required. Premiums are not guaranteed to remain unchanged, except during the first five contract years. Any changes to premium rates will apply to all similar contracts issued in your state to contract owners in the same class on the same contract form. This means you cannot be singled out for an increase because of advancing age, changes in your health, claim status or any other reason solely related to you. Long-term care insurance may not cover all of the costs associated with long-term care. You are advised to review your contract carefully. The contract has exclusions, limitations, reductions in benefits and terms under which the contract may be continued in force or discontinued. Contract provisions and maximum monthly benefits may vary by state.

For costs and complete details of coverage, contact your Thrivent Financial representative.

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