The United States Department of Health and Human Services tells us that seven out of every 10 senior citizens will someday need living assistance. This is a telling statistic, and it is relevant to all of us. You may be confident about your future health care expenses because you are going to be qualified for Medicare coverage when you reach the age of 65. Unfortunately, the Medicare program is not set up to cover long-term care costs.
Topics covered in this report include:
- Long-Term Care
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