David Katz, CLTC
ACSIA Partners LLC

Double Jeopardy: Surviving the Need for Long-Term Care as Well as the Cost

A free guide or phone chat prepares you with the survival skills

Easton, CT July 5, 2022 -- Financial problems, on the heels of cancer, Alzheimer’s, or other major afflictions, may be avoided by planning for care in advance, according to Easton-based long-term care agent, David Katz.

The information is available in just minutes, in two ways:

  • Download a free guide, “Why You Should Consider Coverage," from from Katz's website., or
  • Talk with Katz by phone, at 203-521-3795.

“However you get it, this information is vital to have," says Katz. "Medical bankruptcy is a huge problem that regular health insurance often fails to prevent,"

Katz points to research at Harvard University that exposes the medical bankruptcy problem. "According to Harvard's studies," Katz says, "a majority of U.S. personal bankruptcies are due to medical problems. Even more shocking, the majority of affected families had regular health insurance, but that wasn't enough. They still went bankrupt.”

David Katz's company, ACSIA Partners LLC, offers a wide range of long-term care insurance policies from multiple leading carriers. "But that's just for starters," says Katz. "In addition to traditional long-term care insurance, we also offer several other ways to pay for care." These include --

  • "Hybrid" policies (typically life insurance with long-term care riders)
  • Annuities with tax-advantaged long-term care features
  • Critical illness insurance
  • Additional protections, including long-term care education and referrals to top care services

"There's just no reason to go bankrupt if you plan properly," Katz says. "We're in the planning business. It's our mission to help everyone -- including those who may not want insurance or don't qualify for it."

"Unlike many agencies that only serve the consumer market, we're also a leader in protection for a variety of organizations," Katz says. "We offer educational opportunities to associations, worksites, and strategic partnerships. Our worksite offerings include portable individual voluntary plans with group advantages."

Katz may be reached at or 203-521-3795. Short phone inquiries are welcome, as well as requests for the free long-term care guide.

Katz is a licensed long-term care insurance agent who represents the company in AZ, CA, CO, CT, GA, NH, NJ, NY, OR, VA, VT, WA.

In California the company is known as xACSIA Partners Insurance Agency; in other states, as ACSIA Partners.

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