Baby boomers fail to plan for long-term care costs

10/24/2008 | NYTimes.com

Many baby boomers help their parents make difficult choices regarding financing medical and long-term care but fail to plan for that eventuality for themselves. Long-term care insurance is one way to help pay for nursing home or assisted-living care, and experts say buying it at a younger age is less expensive.

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