Two in five adults confused about social care reform proposals - Just Group

Need for public awareness campaign

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Two in five adults confused about social care reform proposals - Just Group

About 22 million adults in the UK did not understand the proposed reforms to social care policy, with many consequently dismissing the need to plan for their own later life care, according to research by retirement specialist Just Group.

One-fifth of the adults surveyed believed that they no longer had to plan for their future care costs, while two-thirds (66%) failed to correctly identify the limit of the proposed care cap (£86,000)....

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