Flashback: 1980

BLUEs brothers posterRemember June 1980? “Funkytown” by Lipps Inc. was top of the charts, followed “Coming Up” by Paul McCartney, “Biggest Part of Me” by Ambrosia, “The Rose” by Bette Midler and Bob Seger’s “Against the Wind” rounded out the top 5.

June 1, 1980 CNN had their first broadcast on cable TV. The Blues Brothers hit the movie theaters. On June 9, 1980 comedian Richard Pryor attempted to commit suicide by dousing himself with rum and setting it ablaze during a cocaine binge. On June 27, 1980 June 27 – Jerry Reuss of the Los Angeles Dodgers no-hits the San Francisco Giants 8–0 at Candlestick Park.

What were you doing in June 1980? If you remember these things then safeguarding your future retirement savings (401(k), IRA, etc.) should be part of your retirement plan. The financial costs and burdens of aging should be a major consideration.

The high cost of Long Term Health Care will impact everything you work hard for not to mention the burden it places on those you love. Affordable Long Term Care Insurance will address these concerns giving you the peace-of-mind we all seek. Discover how easy it is to protect your future.

Affordable  Long Term Care Insurance will also provide you with the resources to provide you with quality caregivers so that burden will not be placed on your family.

Learn more now: www.mccannltc.net


About Matt McCann

Matt McCann is recognized as a leading Long Term Health Care (LTC) specialist. Since 1998, Matt has been a national leader in finding solutions for the physical, emotional and financial burdens LTC places on American Families. He has been recognized by the American Association for Long Term Care Insurance as one of the top specialists in the country. In 2015 he was listed among the top ten specialists in LTC planning in the nation. He has also worked in sales management for two of the leading organizations marketing LTC products. He served as Director of Business Development for ACSIA LTC and Senior Vice President/Sales for LTC Financial Partners. Many of his agents have been among the top LTC specialists in the industry. Matt's divisions have also led in an innovative webinar approach which allows agents to use screen sharing software so prospects can see the agent's desktop. Matt's proven areas of success include sales coaching, training and motivation in additional to being an experienced LTC specialist. He has produced results in total production, placement rates and lead efficiency. Matt is known for years of experience leading creative efforts for agent meetings and sales promotions which drove results for both agents and consumers. He is now focused on helping consumers find affordable solutions so they can protect their assets and never be a burden on family and loved ones. He specializes in LTCi, Critical Care and Asset Protection products. Matt also coaches individual agents throughout the country helping them improve their processes to help more consumers. Matt is also known as an effective public speaker on LTCi and LTC issues as well as sales motivation. He appears on radio and TV programs and is available for bookings. Because of his schedule an advance notice is always requested. Prior to dedicating his life to LTC, Matt was a well known radio station manager and personality, He worked at radio stations throughout the country He may be best known for as legendary Chicago radio personality Larry Lujack's co-host when Lujack came back out of retirement years ago. Matt can be contacted by email at http://mccannltc.net/ or by phone at 866-751-7957. You can follow Matt on Twitter: @mccannltc - https://twitter.com/mccannltc
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