The majority (73%) of over-45s have not planned or spoken with family about care in later life and are confused about government policy, research from Just has found.
The sixth annual Care Report collected insights into public sentiment towards social care as the government begins work on a Green Paper due to be published in the first half of 2018. It pointed to disorganisation and confusion among the over-45s over care plans and recently announced government policy on funding residential care. More than two-thirds (67%) of the 1,088 over-45s sampled said they do not know the level of assets they can own before having to pay their own care costs, and more...
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