Protect yourself from this one major expense in retirement

Medicare won’t pay for it, and neither will Medigap. What is it? Long-term care. Seventy percent of seniors who reach age 65 will need some type of long-term care in their lifetime. It is estimated that 69 percent of people requiring long-term are will end up needing it for three years, while 20 percent of today’s 65 year-olds will require long-term care for a period of five years or more.  And that care doesn’t come cheap but there are steps you can take to protect yourself from this one major expense.  To find out, click on this link to read how…

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