Many Boomers refuse to talk about a topic that is highly likely to impact them in their old age:  the cost of long-term care.

According to a Nationwide Financial survey, only 10% of Boomers have discussed the topic with their children and only 6% with their parents. Less than half (45%) have discussed it with their spouses and only 23% with their financial advisors.

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