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Long-Term Care Insurance
Looking for advice re: long-term care insurance. Being single at 50 years of age, looking at retirement after age 66, being the youngest in the entire family, and having had no children, I am thinking it would be better to have lower monthly mortgage payments on a new 30-year loan as opposed to a 20-year loan to be able to afford long-term care insurance. Any thoughts, advice, premium estimates out there?

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