MONEY talks

Jones, Daniel C.
November 2005
PN;Nov2005, Vol. 59 Issue 11, p18
Trade Publication
The article focuses on some facts about social security. Social Security is a significant resource for many retired people. One must spend some time with one's financial planner to learn about what part these benefits should play in one's retirement planning future. Recent studies suggest that about 60% of all people who reach age 65 will spend time in nursing homes before they die. One in four will live in one for more than a year. One in 11 will require nursing-home care for five years or more.


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