July 2003
Journal of Financial Planning;Jul2003, Vol. 16 Issue 7, p21
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The article provides some bank statistics. There are 190,000 forecasted average annual cost, in dollars, of a nursing home stay in 30 years. Eighty percent of total U.S. nursing home patient days are paid in at least part by Medicaid. There are 1,037 record number of mutual funds that ceased operation in 2002.


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