Romeo Raabe, LUTC, LTCP
Romeo Raabe's practice is The Long Term Care Guy in Green Bay, Wisc., where he not only sells long-term care insurance, but works to assist people who may not be able to qualify for such insurance with alternative ways to pay for the costs of long-term care; before or after the need occurs.
Wisconsin requires all licensed insurance agents to take 24 credits of classes biannually to keep their license. Romeo writes and teaches these courses, but only in the area of long-term care for product distributors, for Kaplan Financial in Milwaukee, for NAIFA, the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors, for the FPA, the Financial Planning Association, and the American College in Bryn Mawr, PA.
He also teaches the newest designation in our industry, the LTCP (long term care professional) and travels often to various state and national conventions as a speaker on the topic of financing long-term Ccare and how to use LTC insurance appropriately.
He can be reached through his website, www.TheLongTermCareGuy.com.
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