Business Partnership to Offer Long-Term Care Workshop

The Somerset County Business Partnership Financial Services Special Interest Group (FiSIG) will present a timely and informative workshop, “Caring for Those Who Can’t – The Need for Long-Term Care” on Thursday, September 24, 2015. The workshop is scheduled for 8:30 A.M. to 9:30 A.M. and will take place in the newly renovated main conference room at the Somerset County Business Partnership, 360 Grove Street at Route 22 east, Bridgewater, New Jersey.

Speaker for the workshop is Ron Yoder of Lee, Nolan, and Koroghlian, a Mass Mutual Financial Group agency where he focuses on life, disability, and long-term care insurance and investment products.

Long-term care, administered at home or in a care facility, is a medical or non-medical service for people with a prolonged illness, chronic disease, or disability. According to USA Today, 70% of people over 65 will need some form of long-term care at some point and for married couples, the chance that one spouse will need long-term care rises to 91%. Financial advisers who formerly were mixed on a long-term care option are increasingly supportive of including the insurance as part of their financial plans.

The FiSIG mission is to educate Business Partnership members and others on issues affecting personal and professional financial lives that are often intertwined in small and medium sized businesses. The group meets regularly to discuss economic and legislative issues that impact profitability, share best practices, and plan and implement educational workshops.

The workshop is free for Business Partnership members and $30 for non-members. Registration is required and may be accomplished at http://bit.ly/9-24longtermcare.

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