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By Russ Morgan CFP® & Joey Muré



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What to Do When Healthcare Stops Paying w/ John King

• 48 min

What This Episode Is About We don’t like to think about unexpected health issues in our family. We often say that “we are too young or physically fit to be thinking about those things” and just push them to the back of our minds. Our health can be something we take too much for granted.  So what do you do when an unexpected illness or accident occurs and your insurance says they will no longer be covering you or your loved one?  What is the best way to leverage our capital to minimize the risk of being stuck with high bills for long-term care? How do we approach a topic like living wills when we often feel like we don’t need them? Where should we start looking and researching to find the best plans for us and our families? John King, Founder and Managing Partner of LTCi Plans, sits down with Joey and Russ to explain all this and more in this week’s episode of The Wealth Without Wall Street Podcast.   Mentioned in this episode: Why individuals should start thinking about Long Term Care Insurance even if they are “young and healthy” What the best methods are to approach creating living wills and other forms of long term care. How to discuss this topic with elderly parents or relatives to ensure they have the best plan in place.   Join Our Community: If you want to engage with others like yourself who are breaking free from corporate America and Wall Street, this is the place. As a part of the community you will receive exclusive access to our podcast guests for live Q & A as well as weekly coaching on our 5 Pillars of Wealth Without Wall Street. Join us on the journey to financial freedom at   Resources: Go to to learn more about Long Term Care Insurance plans and to connect with John King. Schedule a Call with Us

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