More than half of U.S. workers say their biggest financial worry about retirement is long-term care bills that insurance won’t cover, according to Natixis Global Asset Management. It’s also the top worry across the globe, cited by 43% of the world’s investors; it gained ground quickly, rising 10 percentage points in the last year. Now it’s a bigger bogeyman than pension income falling short and even the markets deflating nest eggs.

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Source(s): Natixis Global Asset Management, “2014 Global Survey of Individual Investors” 5/14

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