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Planning Long Term Care

Aging comes with many joys and challenges. Elderly people are often retired and have time to delight in watching their loved ones grow up and start families of their own. However, they also tend to have more medical issues and face a general decline in mental and physical health. Medical bills can quickly drain precious retirement savings, especially when an elderly patient needs medical attention nearly 24 hours a day. This kind of constant medical attention is known in the legal and financial worlds as "long-term care," or LTC. The articles in this section provide general information about how to prepare for long-term care.

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