Endorsed Local Provider

Endorsed by Dave Ramsey for Long-Term Care Insurance

CLTC - Certified Long-Term Care

Anthony J. Camill, CLTC is an Endorsed Local Provider (ELP) for Long-Term Care Insurance serving MA, VT, NH, Western & Central PA, Wheeling & Morgantown WV, Frederick MD, and Poughkeepsie NY. He has spent the last twenty-three years providing education and outreach exclusively related to long-term care insurance.

Currently, Anthony provides additional expertise for his fellow financial advisors throughout various states. His goal is to heighten understanding of long-term care for clients and business owners. He is also very committed to furthering the education of advisors and accountants who are often at the forefront of long-term care insurance issues.

Anthony has provided education and outreach on long-term care insurance for USAA, including pre-retirement LTCi education for Pennsylvania Teachers, NEA (National Education Association), and LTC Connection, who is a provider of continuing education for insurance professionals who must maintain their CE requirement by each state.

He also holds the credentials of CLTC (Certified Long-Term Care) through the Harley Gordon Certified Long-Term Care continuing education class.

Anthony educates consumers on how the Pennsylvania Partnership can protect them and their family, as well as spousal impoverishment, filial responsibility, and tax benefits for long-term care insurance.

Prior to his career in insurance, Anthony served six years in the United States Navy as a Corpsman. He was honorably discharged from duty in 1990. He is currently working towards a GIS / Emergency Management with a minor in Meteorology from the California University of Pennsylvania.

Anthony is a true professional who has the “heart of a teacher” whose primary concern is making insurance fit into your budget without compromising coverage, as well as helping you to understand the type of coverage you are paying for.

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