Insurer: Most not taking steps to cover future LTC costs

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Fewer than half of all Americans (44%) are taking steps to cover their future long-term care costs, according to a new study from insurer Lincoln Financial. Most of the survey's 1,000 respondents indicated they expect savings, investments and entitlement programs to fund any future needs.
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