All of Us Aging Well
Middle-income older adults may struggle to pay for long-term care
Recent findings from NORC at the University of Chicago indicate more than 11 million middle-income older adults – coined the “forgotten middle” – may have insufficient resources to pay for long-term care and housing by 2033.
According to updated research, the middle-income older adult population will almost double over the next decade, and the population will become more racially and ethnically diverse.
Aging affects all of us.
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