Planning for long-term care in the present

July 09, 2018 01:21 PM

Many wealth advisors say that while most people will end up needing long-term care, very few actually plan for that need. Getting caught off guard when a family member requires extra help can put the family savings -- or worse -- in jeopardy. Lisa Clifford, a private wealth advisor with Key Private Bank, stopped by NewsChannel 13 with some advice.

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