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Today more than 12 million Americans are paying for long-term care services.1

Having a plan is important to anyone who may need care. Planning is also a critical step for their family because a long-term care event can impact generations—financially and emotionally. 

Clients face significant risks

  • One out of every two Americans turning 65 today will need the coverage of a long-term care solution during their lifetime2
  • One-third of all individuals in the U. S. over age 85 suffer from Alzheimer’s disease3

Advisors estimate that clients who experience a long-term care event without having financial protection in place will draw down their retirement savings at rates two to three times faster than planned.4

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Long-term care planning resources

Help clients understand the impact that long-term care can have on their finances with this cost of care map.

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1LTCG, “2015 Lincoln Financial Group Cost of Care Survey,” https://www.whatcarecosts.com/lincoln, January 2016. For a printed copy, call 877-ASK-LINCOLN.   

2Source: ASPE Research Brief, Long-Term Services and Support for Older Americans: Risks and Financing page 1, July 2015 https://aspe.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/pdf/106211/ElderLTCrb-rev.pdf

32016 Alzheimer's Disease Facts and Figures page 17. https://www.alz.org/documents_custom/2016-facts-and-figures.pdf

4Lincoln Financial Group and Hanover Research,“Managing Long-term Care Risk,” Hanover Research and Lincoln Financial Group, October 2014; http://newsroom.lfg.com/wealth-protection-expertise.