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  • Writer's pictureDylan Edwards

It’s time to do something bold.

Care for yourself the same way you care for others.

You’re always there when your loved ones need you.

Think about this:

As a woman you’re predicted to live five years longer than the average man.1 You’re also the master of multitasking, keeping everything and everyone on time, on track and moving forward. Mother, sister, wife, daughter, friend … you fill vital roles as you provide for loved ones financially, emotionally, physically and spiritually. You’re the first one to step in when someone needs help.

Without you, where would we be?

What’s your plan?

Maybe you’re so busy taking care of others that you’ve put aside your own needs. Now is the time to do something for yourself — to create a long term care plan that helps you face the future with even more confidence. With long-term care protection, you can be sure your future is the one you choose, and not the one others choose for you.

And while you’re at it, consider the people in your life — your spouse, parents and siblings. When others close to you plan for long-term care, you can take steps to preserve your own family, career, lifestyle, health, retirement and total financial future.

Did you know?

The average lifespan in the U.S. today for males is 76. For females it is 81.1.

1.“Mortality in the United States, 2014.” NCHS Data Brief No. 229. December 2015.

2.“How Much Care Will You Need?”

care-will-you-need. Web. Retrieved 7 November 2016.

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