Federal long-term care insurance program

OPM to suspend claims for long-term care insurance as major premium increase looms

OPM to suspend claims for long-term care insurance as major premium increase looms

The Office of Personnel Management plans to suspend applications for the federal long-term care insurance program for two years starting December 19, in anticipation of a major rate hike. The OPM announced the unusual measure last month in the Federal Register, and noted that federal workers who submit their applications before the deadline will still …

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The federal government suspends the sale of long-term care insurance to its employees

The federal government suspends the sale of long-term care insurance to its employees

Information on long-term care insurance, form, leaflets and stethoscope. Getty The federal government has suspended its sale of long-term care insurance policies to its employees for two years. Some industry experts wonder if the program will ever return to its current form. The long-running initiative, called the Federal Long-Term Care Insurance Program (FLTCIP), was halted …

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