Planning for the future is central to the ideals of modern America. Most people enter the workforce and work toward financial independence. Some work for their financial future or to build a family, and others work to be able to pursue hobbies. However, uncertain economic times, coupled with dramatic increases in life expectancy, lead many to plan for extended care. You know only too well about the need to advise your clients—and your own family members—about the different requirements for, and costs of, living a long life.
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