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MIT Benefits has announced a new enrollment period for long-term care insurance. Eligible, actively-at-work employees can enroll in long-term care insurance between March 26 and April 27, without having to answer any health questions.
This insurance can help provide protection against the high costs of long-term care that can result from the effects of aging, illness or a serious accident. All eligible employees and their eligible family members can apply for this insurance. Family members will need to establish proof of good health before being accepted into the program. Spouses or spousal equivalents have a simplified underwriting process during this period.
MIT employees will have the chance to learn more about this benefit by attending a presentation scheduled on campus, stopping by during a question and answer session, attending a live "webinar" or viewing a prerecorded webinar. For a presentation and webinar schedule, visit mit.jhancock.com/longtermcare/mit/meeting.html (username: mit; password: jhancock).
For more information please contact John Hancock at 1-888-453-2030 or email@example.com. You can also visit the MIT long-term care web site at mit.jhancock.com (username: mit; password: jhancock).