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More than 7 in 10 over 60s haven't thought about planning for later life care

According to research from Canada Life

· More than two fifths (44%) say they will not think about care until either they or a family

member gets an illness

· 28% have put off thinking about care because it is emotionally overwhelming

· A quarter (25%) have put off thinking about care due to the financial anxiety


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