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Making Long-Term Care Plans for Elderly

See the process as a learning lesson. Chalk this up as life’s message to you. Heed the process of helping an elderly parent as your own wake-up call.  Myers says considering long-term care insurance is one way to make sure that you don’t disrupt your children’s lives in old age. Long-term care insurance can be expensive, but the cost can be affordable if you open a policy in your 30s or 40s.  Your state department of insurance offers a listing of companies that sell policies.  You can get a listing at the

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