Today's long-term care policies can be quite comprehensive. If you bought a policy more than five years ago, it is important to know if it has been (or can be) updated; it may even be worth doing some comparison-shopping. While the premiums for a new policy may be more expensive, you don't want to hold on to a policy that is so restrictive that it may never pay off.
Here are some things you need to consider:
Consider these two key points:
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