People plan for future retirements but too often costs of Long Term Health Care are not considered. Some think it will never happen to them and some think health insurance or the government will pay.
Alzheimer's disease is expected to triple by 2050. This means you need understand the warnings signs and plan for the financial costs and burdens of aging. For many, this means an affordable Long-Term Care policy.
Survey shows few people are “very or extremely confident” in their ability to pay for ongoing Long Term Health Care. Reason for people to include affordable Long-Term Care Insurance as part of their retirement plan.
It is common for adult children to be their parent's caregivers. This support comes with a price. Making smart planning moves will help older parents. Advance planning for long-term care is essential to retirement planning.
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Many people are now planning for Long-Term Health Care as part of retirement planning. Yet, while they may be buying Long Term Care Insurance they don't consider the cost of care which can vary depending on where one lives.
Surgeon General says "we all are aging." Planning for long-term health issues becomes a key in retirement planning in protecting retirement funds and assets.
More people are planning on working to at least 65 and beyond. There can be positive health effects by doing so. However, don't lose focus on preparing for long-term care and an inevitable retirement.
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