The potential need for long term care is a topic most people would rather avoid. But not talking about it doesn’t make the issue go away. It only delays planning and leads to potential confusion and financial impact for not just those who may need care, but their family and friends. The reality is that seven out of ten people over the age of 65 will require long term care at some point. That statistic is likely not surprising to you, but for many Americans, it is shocking.
Genworth conducted a social experiment where we asked real people seven questions to get them thinking and talking about long term care planning. See how these families answered both the easy questions, but also the hard ones.
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