Specialist qualifications for long-term care financial advisers
The first thing you should do to prepare for long-term care costs is to seek advice from professional financial advisers. Unividual has qualified long-term care advisers who hold the required CII Long Term Care Insurance qualification. They will look at your anticipated level of care needs, what state support you might get, your assets liable for capital gains tax, liabilities that could reduce the value of your estate and much more. From there, they will establish how you can plan to pay for your long-term care in an affordable way, suitable for your needs, and compatible with your attitude to risk and financial priorities.