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Long-term care insurance has been a difficult product to sell for some time, and recent events have called its marketability further into question. With several prominent insurers, including Prudential and MetLife, announcing decisions to stop signing new LTCI policies, and with the federal government’s decision last year to halt implementation of its own health care reform-based voluntary program—the CLASS Act—the future for the entire issue of long-term care insurance—at first glance—looks grim.

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