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Webinar Invitation: A New Approach to LTC

Published on July 29, 2020

 

Webinar Invitation: A New Approach to LTC

Join us for a special webinar introducing EssentialLTC from National Guardian Life (NGL), a product that delivers a fresh approach to LTC coverage by providing clients unique benefits and competitive pricing not seen in other products. We'll also do a deep dive comparison, so you can see why this should be a go-to product for your prospects!

Tuesday, August 18th 10am PST / 1pm EST

Introduction to EssentialLTC

  • A “traditional” LTC product with innovative new features.
  • Optimized for couples with generous shared benefits.
  • Lifetime Benefits available.
  • Flexible payment periods including life-pay, 10-pay, single-pay and more.
  • How to design and present LTC to match client affordability.
 

FEATURED SPEAKER

 

Lawrence Vivenzio, CLTC

Business Development Specialist, Individual Markets

National Guardian Life Insurance Company (NGL)

 

THANK YOU

 

We at GBS Insurance thank you again for your business. For more information or insurance quote requests, please contact your brokerage manager or give us a call at (800) 473-5966

For agent use only - not for use with the general public.

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