Long-term-care insurance sales have increased, but haven't kept pace with the growing elderly population, according to data compiled by a research group funded by the long-term-care industry. Among Americans earning more than $20,000, about 95% of those ages 45 to 64 and about 85% of those 65 and older don't have long-term-care insurance, according to an analysis of U.S. census data by the Long-Term Care Financing Strategy Group. -- by Joseph Mantone
Long-term-care insurance rare, census data shows
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