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Childless boomers wonder who will handle their long-term care
Sacramento Bee

Karen Spencer was single until she was 48. Like more than 20 percent of baby boom generation women – twice the number as in previous generations – she never had children.

The retired political consultant, now 60 and married, has diligently pieced together a long-term care insurance policy, a range of investments and a small pension to make sure her financial needs will be covered in the future.