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Long-term Care Strategies

A big concern for baby boomers is outliving good health.

Someone turning 65 today has a 70% chance of needing long-term care services during their remaining years1. Most individuals are surprised to find out that Medicare doesn’t cover long term-care. With at-home care services averaging $21 per hour and assisted living facility costs averaging $4,000 per month2, the bills can really add up.

Does your retirement income strategy account for the possibility of needing long-term care?

We can help evaluate your situation and determine what kinds of products could fit into a comprehensive long-term care strategy.


1 US Department of Health & Human Services. 10/10/2017.

2 Genworth Cost of Care Survey 2018, conducted by CareScout®, June 2018.

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