Enjoying an active, engaged lifestyle is easier when you have an affordable plan in place for the future. Life Care at Abbey Delray in Palm Beach County is a smart plan for your and your families’ future. It combines independent living with lifetime access to top-notch health services at predictable monthly rates that are below market costs. It gives you the assurance that, should your needs ever change, you’ll be able to receive the care you need from people you trust — without leaving the community you love — our Life Care community in Delray Beach, FL.
Plus, part of your entrance fee and ongoing monthly fees may be tax-deductible, and a portion of your entrance fee will always be refundable to you or your estate. As with any financial decision, we recommend you consult your tax adviser about possible tax deductions with Life Care.
Not all Life Care communities in Florida have Abbey Delray’s solid reputation for independent living and genuine, person-centered healthcare. That’s the promise and unbeatable value that comes with living at Abbey Delray.
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Life Care: Peace of mind and so much more
- Unmatched estate protection with an up to 90% refundable entrance fee, safeguarding your long-term health and financial future
- Guaranteed priority access to a full continuum of care, including assisted living, memory care, skilled nursing and rehab
- No significant change in monthly costs, even if needs change
- Substantial savings on rising medical care costs, compared to the open market
- Potential tax benefits, as certain fees can qualify as prepaid medical expenses
Several IRS rulings have established that a portion of the entrance fee and a portion of the monthly fees paid for Life Care are deductible as prepaid medical expenses. You’ll be wise to discuss your individual tax situation with your personal tax adviser.
If you have a long-term care insurance policy, you might be eligible to receive benefits if you need assisted living, memory care or skilled nursing care. Your policy may work hand in hand with Life Care and pay earned benefits directly to you — but you should consult your insurance carrier for specific details about your policy.
If you outlive your resources for reasons outside your control and are unable to pay your monthly service fee, you’re still entitled to guaranteed priority access to on-site health care.