Everything You Need To Know About:

The Washington State Long Term Care Trust Act

If you earn W2 income in the State of Washington, listen up!  The Washington Long-Term Care Act will be paid for by a 0.58% tax on employee wages, yet it provides minimal benefits to those that use it.  For higher income earners there are far better (and cheaper) ways to plan for long term care.  Washington residents can opt out, but they must do so before November 1, 2021!

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Opt out of Washington State’s new payroll tax before November 1, 2021, or you will be paying into an expensive and unfair long term care fund for the rest of your working career.

Book a call now to find out how to opt out of this payroll tax and get far better (and less expensive) long term care insurance.