Many middle-income Americans who are now retired or near retirement may be on a collision course for financial difficulty in just over a decade, say researchers.

By 2033, more than 11 million middle-income seniors aged 75 and older may not be able to pay for assisted living and unlikely will qualify for Medicaid to pay for their long-term care needs, according to a study by the research organization NORC at the University of Chicago.

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