December 2003


'Long-term Care Insurance' (September 2003) stated that American Family Life Assurance Company of Columbus (AFLAC) has discontinued long-term care insurance coverage. AFLAC has brought to our attention that it has withdrawn its Qualified/Nonqualified Long-term Care Plan in nine states (Calif., Fla., Iowa, Ohio, Penna., R.I., Texas, Utah, and Va.), and that it does offer a long-term care plan in all but six states (Conn., Fla., Mass., Md., Penna., and Texas), and Puerto Rico.

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