Virginia Rate Stability Regulation

Virginia enacted a long-term care insurance regulation on October 1st, 2003. Virginia residents purchasing long-term care insurance after that date are protected by Virginia’s Rate Stability Regulation.

The regulation has helped curb long-term care insurance rate increases in Virginia because it forces long-term care insurance companies to lower their profits if they seek a rate increase.

Georgia Rate Stability Regulation

Georgia enacted a long-term care insurance regulation on October 1, 2008. Georgia residents purchasing long-term care insurance after that date are protected by Georgia’s Rate Stability Regulation.

The regulation has helped curb long-term care insurance rate increases in Georgia because it forces long-term care insurance companies to lower their profits if they seek a rate increase.

North Carolina Rate Stability Regulation

North Carolina enacted a long-term care insurance regulation on February 1st, 2003. North Carolina residents purchasing long-term care insurance after that date are protected by North Carolina’s Rate Stability Regulation*.

The regulation has helped curb long-term care insurance rate increases in North Carolina because it forces long-term care insurance companies to lower their profits if they seek a rate increase.

Pennsylvania Rate Stability Regulation

Pennsylvania enacted a long-term care insurance regulation on September 16th, 2002. Pennsylvania residents purchasing long-term care insurance after that date are protected by Pennsylvania’s Rate Stability Regulation*.

The regulation has helped curb long-term care insurance rate increases in Pennsylvania because it forces long-term care insurance companies to lower their profits if they seek a rate increase.