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December 2004
Journal of Financial Planning;Dec2004, Vol. 17 Issue 12, p21
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This article deals with a report released by the Seattle, Washington-based Center for Long-Term Care Financing, a non-profit organization. The report examines what it considers a broken federal-financed system that pays for most of the nation's long-term care costs. It also analyzes ten state-run Medicaid programs and proposes solutions.


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