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If you’re fortunate, you’ll live independently and in good health throughout your retirement years. However, if you ever needed some type of long-term care, such as a stay in a nursing home, would you be financially prepared?

To answer this question, you may want to evaluate two variables: your likelihood of needing long-term care and the cost of such care. Consider the following:

This article was written by Edward Jones for use by your local Edward Jones financial advisor. Michael Lindsey, 101 Wilson Ave., Ste. C, Hanover; 717-634-2445; michael.lindsey@edwardjones.com.

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