Who pays for social care?

08/06/2021 / Liberty news

“The vast majority of us are going to have to take some responsibility for our care needs,” says Tony Müdd, a Divisional Director at St. James’s Place Wealth Management. “However, the public are either under the misapprehension that long-term care is provided free at the point of need by the state and funded from taxes already paid during their lifetime, or that if this is not the case, they believe that it should be.”



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