Aging in place has grown increasingly popular throughout the country. According to an AARP survey, 70-80% of respondents say they would prefer to live out their days in their own homes. It is understandable that so many people choose to age comfortably in their own home rather than re-locating to a nursing home or assisted living facility. However, many matters must be considered when financing longevity. Below are some points to take into consideration in order to adequately plan for one’s future:
Purchasing insurance can be a confusing process. If you are purchasing long-term care insurance, there are resources available to help you through this process. If you work with a financial advisor, ask them to sit down with you and answer any questions you have and make sure you feel comfortable with what you are purchasing.
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