The long-term-care insurance landscape is ever-changing, with premiums going up and insurance carriers getting out of the business, but what isn’t changing is the need for clients to have a financial plan for custodial needs in their older years.
Statistics from LongTermCare.gov indicate that someone turning 65 today has almost a 70% chance of needing this type of care.
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