Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Don't Overlook Tax Deductibility of LTC Insurance

Today's call came from an insurance agent who was (yes, still) unfamiliar with the tax deductibility rules pertaining to long-term care insurance. While the American Association for Long-Term Care Insurance does not provide tax advice, our website has very complete information including the new 2009 tax deductible levels for long-term care insurance.

Long-term care insurance is one of the few products that has all of the considerable tax advantages offered by both the Federal government and many states. Few individuals are aware of the rules ... and business owners in particular are not aware that costs for this valuable protection can be 100 percent tax deductible.

Click this link now here to go to the information on the Association's Consumer's website or copy and paste this rather long link into your browser. http://www.aaltci.org/long-term-care-insurance/learning-center/tax-for-business.php

Insurance agents should consider using the Association's most-popular guide to Tax Advantaged Long-Term Care Insurance for Business Owners and Self-Employed Individuals. It spells out all the rules and has the updated 2009 tax deductibility rules. They come in packages of 50.

Click this link now to see the information or copy and then paste this link intio your web browser Address box. http://www.aaltci.org/subpages/resources/marketing_bizowner.html.

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