What the long-term care insurance market could use right now is a healthy dose of capitalism. But it isn't going to happen.
What the long-term care insurance market could use right now is a healthy dose of capitalism. It ain't gonna happen.
States are increasingly are implementing regulations designed to help resolve consumer tussles with long-term care insurance companies, according to news reports.
Long-term care insurance policies may not be long for this world, according to a new Wall Street analyst report.
Low interest rates and policyholders' unwillingness to drop coverage are two of the key reasons the long-term care insurance market is in trouble, an expert asserts.
Genworth Financial announced that it is taking several of its long-term care insurance options off the table.
Insurance stalwart Prudential Financial announced Wednesday that it is exiting the long-term care insurance business.