January 23rd, 2014

By  Janet Kidd Stewart

As long-term care insurance costs continue to push higher, consumers are grappling with the prospect of skimpier benefits or alternative strategies.

Policies from several years ago “were cheaper, had better daily benefits and unlimited riders — things that don’t exist today,” said Jessica Ness, director of financial planning for Glassman Wealth Services in McLean, Va.

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