A bird’s natural instinct is to faithfully and diligently guard its nest. Your nest egg is just as important - and protecting it against the ravages of long term care is imperative. That’s Principal Protection Corp’s expertise. The Miami Beach-based company, a recent addition to the Seniority Matters Service Provider list, knows that since one out of every two people will need long-term care (with costs of up to $75,000 a year!) it is crucial to have a plan to pay for these expenses.

Ric Pertierra of Principal Protection Corporationis an expert in navigating all the ins and outs of the all-important pre and crisis-planning. With a focus on estate preservation and asset protection (from small to large estates), Principal Protection Corp expertly guides seniors, their families and caregivers through this daunting maze - everything from arranging finances to meeting eligibility guidelines for Florida Medicaid and Veterans Aid benefits.

As they say, there’s no time like the present to plan for the future. Principal Protection Corp offers free consultations and educational workshops. To learn more about the company, please consult its Seniority Matters Directory listing or peruse its website.

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Nancy Stein

Nancy Stein is the founder of Seniority Matters and lead author of the Seniority Matters Blog. This is where you can turn to read about new service providers, enhancements to the website, and updates and commentaries on issues and events that are of interest to the South Florida senior communities. Of course, no blog is complete without feedback from readers, so don't be shy! Leave a comment and let us know what you think

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