What does “Guaranteed Renewable” mean in a long-term care insurance policy?

Guaranteed Renewable = When a policy cannot be canceled by an insurance company and must be renewed when it expires unless benefits have been exhausted. The company cannot change the coverage or refuse to renew the coverage for other than nonpayment of premiums (including health conditions and/or marital or employment status.) any guaranteed renewable policy, the insurance company may increase premiums, but only on an entire class of policies, not just on your policy.

Source: National Association of Insurance Commissioners
A Shopper’s Guide to Long-Term Care Insurance 2009
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About Scott A. Olson

Scott A. Olson, is the author of “The Guidebook for Making Long-Term Care Insurance Easier.” He is a licensed insurance agent and has specialized in long-term care insurance since 1995. He is licensed to sell long-term care insurance in over 40 states. Scott was born and raised in New Jersey and attended Rutgers University. Scott was a caregiver for a close relative for two years. That personal experience has made him acutely aware of how to help his clients design and choose a long-term care policy that will benefit them when they need it the most. Scott and his wife Carolyn live in Redlands, California. Scott and Carolyn have four sons.