Here’s some legislation Congress should consider to help the 25 percent of voters who are older than 65.
Women and couples can expect to pay more for long-term care insurance, while men pay less.
Genworth identifies out-of-pocket savings from early long-term care planning.
Relaxed long-term care regulations could make a big difference for couples relying on Medicaid.
Make sure you can afford to be CEO of The Family Bank.
At Thursday’s conference, health policy experts discussed affordable solutions to the long-term care dilemma.
Here are five ways to fix long-term care to prepare for the baby boomer onslaught.
Who can you count on to care for you when you are very old? Chances are it won’t be your grown children.
Future caregivers, start your engines: Consider how you’ll handle long-term care while you and your parents are still young and healthy.
Newer hybrid policies come with some interesting features to make them more appealing to consumers.