Nationwide Financial commissioned a study on how Americans over the age of 50 plan to address their long-term care needs. It found that only four in 10 have accounted for long-term care costs in their retirement planning, with 23% not planning for the costs at all. Boomers are generally reluctant to talk about the issue, even with their spouses. Below are some details from the survey.

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