Single Women Need LTC Insurance More Than Married Women

How does the need for Long Term Care Insurance differ between single and married women? A married woman has the chance that her husband could provide care for her if she suffers a sudden health crisis. A married woman might also be more likely to have adult children that could step up and provide care, or at least help provide funding for professional care. A single woman, however, is often on her own. If she has never been married, she is not likely to have adult children to help her. It's possible that a healthy sibling or a significant other may be able to step up and help with her care, but in many cases a single women must be prepared to fend for herself. Long Term Care Insurance h

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