Making the Decision on Long-Term Care Insurance


If you think about long-term care, you might imagine taking up permanent residence in a nursing home or assisted living facility. But it could also mean a year or two of in-home assistance with daily living tasks. From this perspective, half the people who reach age 65 will need some form of long-term health support. That makes understanding long-term care insurance an essential part of your financial planning.

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