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Last Updated: Tuesday, 10 July 2007, 16:28 GMT 17:28 UK
Long-term care: Your questions
Pauline Thompson and Philip Spiers
Pauline Thompson and Philip Spiers were the experts on Monday

BBC Radio 4's Money Box Live was broadcast on Monday, 16 July 2007, at 1502 BST.

Money Box Live presenter Paul Lewis took your questions on long-term care and put them to a panel of expert guests.

Who pays for long-term care - the council, the NHS or you? Will it count against you if you have savings or property?

What can you do now to plan for the future? How much might you need? And what happens when the money runs out?

Paul Lewis was joined by

  • Pauline Thompson, Age Concern
  • Philip Spiers, of NHFA Care Fees Advice

    Presenter: Paul Lewis
    Producer: Diane Richardson



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