Costs of care will outstrip taxation

November 2008
Community Care;11/27/2008, Issue 1749, p6
The article reports on the financial assistance in the government of Hampshire to help individuals pay for care because of a single funding systems. The foundation said that the ratio of workers to pensioners meant the amount that could be raised by taxation was limited. However, it said that different care needs, resources and attitudes to risk would mean a single system for individual contribution.


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