Self-funded

Self-funding long-term care

Saving for long-term care on your own can be difficult and take years to accumulate funds. You may not be able to save enough to fully cover the cost of long-term care in {STATE}.

Enter your age, the amount you can save each year for long-term care, and the annual rate of return you expect. You'll be able to see if self-funding will take care of your long-term care needs.

The projected annual cost of long-term care in {STATE}, adjusted for inflation is:

The amount you would have to save annually to cover the projected cost of care:

*Individual stories and quotes are fictitious and are used for demonstrative purposes only.

1 Planning for Long-Term Care: Your Resource Guide. 2010 by AARP.
2 Long Term Care Claims Experience Data for Genworth Life Insurance Company, Genworth Life Insurance Company of New York, and affiliates - December 1974 through December 31, 2010.

Long Term Care Insurance is underwritten by Genworth Life Insurance Company, Richmond, VA

This is a solicitation of insurance for policy form series 7052, 8000 or 8001. Policy form number may be followed by the state's two letter abbreviation, for example, 8000DE, 8000GA, 8000ID, 8000NC, 8000OK, 7052OR or 8000OR, 8000PA, 8000SC, 8000TN, 8000WA, 8000WY. Not all policies are available in all states. Details about the cost, benefits, limitations and exclusion of these long term care insurance policies will be provided to you by a licensed insurance agent/producer. By responding, an insurance agent/producer will contact you.

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I never thought I could afford insurance for long term care. But when I considered what funding care myself could cost, insurance was really the affordable, sensible approach.*

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Did you know?

9.8 Billion: Total Claims paid by Genworth's long term care insurance business since 19742.

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