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Researchers: LTCI Policies Often Lapse

Researchers analyzed LTCI using University of Michigan HRS survey data. (CLKER/palomaironique)
Researchers analyzed LTCI using University of Michigan HRS survey data. (CLKER/palomaironique)

Long-term care insurance (LTCI) has a reputation for being a product with a low lapse rate, but two researchers argue that the LTCI lapse rate is higher than many realize.

Yong Li of Competitive Health Analytics Inc., Louisville, Ky., and Gail Jensen of Wayne State University have published an analysis of LTCI lapsation in Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy, an academic journal distributed by Oxford University Press.

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