Long Term Care Insurance Policy Schedule of Benefits
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|COMMENT: The following is a typical Schedule of Benefits page for a long term care insurance policy.|
Sample Life Insurance Company
P.O. Box 123456
Anytown, NY 22212-7890
Toll Free Number: 1-800-987-6543
SCHEDULE OF BENEFITS
Robert W. Brown
CURRENT COVERAGE: EFFECTIVE DATE – June 11, 2007
(REPLACES ANY PREVIOUS SCHEDULE OF BENEFITS)
|Original Coverage Effective Date|
Original Issue Age
TOTAL LIFETIME BENEFIT (does not reflect claims paid or payable)
|June 11, 2007|
|COMMENT: The Elimination Period is the total number of days after the Original Coverage Effective Date during which the Insured must be Chronically Ill and receiving Primary Services before certain Benefits become payable. No Elimination Period is required in order to receive Benefits for Respite Care, Needs Assessment or Informal Caregiver Training. The Insured only has to satisfy the Elimination Period once during the lifetime of the Policy.|
Home Care and Community Care
MAX DAILY BENEFIT AMOUNT
MAXIMUM BENEFIT AMOUNT
Health Rating: Preferred
Discounts: Spousal Discount
Spousal Discount applies as long as associated policies remain in force.
|COMMENT: The Spousal Discount applies when, and only when each spouse has an individual long term care insurance policy with Sample Life.|
Gross Annual Premium (includes Riders and Health Rating; does not include Discounts, if any)
* If You pay premiums more frequently than annually, an additional charge has been included.