Marc Glickman

Even Superman isn’t invincible

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So many people share the “it’s not going to happen to me” mentality or assume that Medicare will cover their long-term care needs, but even Superman needed long term care. This November, share LTC
Specialist Marc Glickman’s podcast for LTC Insurance Awareness Month to deflate those common misconceptions!

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"Life offers you so many doors, it's up to you which ones to open and which ones to close." - Unknown

How about opening my office door! https://realwealthmedia.com

Have you or someone you know had to quit their job to become a full-time caregiver for a parent or loved one? Help make sure this doesn’t happen to you by planning for your future needs early on! https://realwealthmedia.com

Caregiver burnout happens when you’re forced to become an unplanned caregiver and you’re unpaid or overworked. Don’t let this happen to your loved ones! https://realwealthmedia.com

Long-term care is expensive, so you want to make sure you’re prepared early on. Listen to this episode for tips on how you can help avoid this. https://realwealthmedia.com

Send this to someone you love to make sure they’re helping safegaurd their futures. https://realwealthmedia.com

It will never happen to you, right? https://realwealthmedia.com

Which door are you going to open? How about my office door? If you haven’t seen me in a while, let’s chat! https://realwealthmedia.com

Long-term care planning isn’t just about you and your future, it’s a personal responsibility. If you don’t plan for it and need care in the future, your kids or loved ones may be forced to give up their dreams and lifestyles to help you. Make sure you have a plan in place now! On this episode, LTC Professional Marc Glickman is on to share some common misconceptions and share how you can help safeguard your future. https://realwealthmedia.com

What’s caregiver burnout? It happens when you are forced to become an unplanned caregiver and you’re often unpaid and overworked. Don’t let your loved ones become your caregiver – plan for your future now! https://realwealthmedia.com

If you don’t plan for your future and something happens to you, your quality of life may be severely compromised. Long-term care is expensive, so you want to make sure you’re prepared early on. Listen to this episode for tips on how you can help avoid this. https://realwealthmedia.com

No, not me! https://realwealthmedia.com

Which door are you going to open? How about my office door? If you haven’t seen me in a while, let’s chat! https://realwealthmedia.com

Long-term care planning isn’t just about you and your future, it’s a personal responsibility. If you don’t plan for it and need care in the future, your kids or loved ones may be forced to give up their dreams and lifestyles to help you. Make sure you have a plan in place now! On this episode, LTC Professional Marc Glickman is on to share some common misconceptions and share how you can help safeguard your future. https://realwealthmedia.com

What’s caregiver burnout? It happens when you are forced to become an unplanned caregiver and you’re often unpaid and overworked. Don’t let your loved ones become your caregiver – plan for your future now! https://realwealthmedia.com

If you don’t plan for your future and something happens to you, your quality of life may be severely compromised. Long-term care is expensive, so you want to make sure you’re prepared early on. Listen to this episode for tips on how you can help avoid this. https://realwealthmedia.com

No, not me! https://realwealthmedia.com

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