ACLI Says Boomers' Nursing Home Costs to Quadruple in 30 Years

Jones, Chuck
June 2000
Advisor Today;Jun2000, Vol. 95 Issue 6, p36
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Focuses on a study conducted by the American Council of Life Insurers (ACLI) regarding the costs of nursing home for the aging baby boomers in the United States. Cost of nursing home care per year as of the year 2000; Projection on the cost of nursing home care by year 2030; Reasons behind the less family care-giving support for retiring baby boomers according to the ACLI study.


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