#17 - Long-Term Care: Who Should Pay?
Original Webcast Date: August 30th, 2004, 3 p.m.
Today, it costs roughly $60,000 a year to provide long-term care to an individual in a nursing home. And, these costs are expected to rise at least 5 percent annually. But, in many states Medicaid's resources have reached their limit. How are we going pay for elderly care as the Age Boom approaches? Does Long-term Care Insurance offer the solution? Join us on August 30th at 3pm to be part of the debate between Josh Wiener and Stephen Moses.
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