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Old 23.04.2020, 12:07
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I also believe that any care home fees should go against the person's estate if they have assets as it's a normal cost incurved whilst living. Having people leaving their kids 250k whilst have been given the same in care fees is indeed free money that I don't believe should be allowed.

Thank you.

Is that the case here? In Germany you need to pay up for the parents up to a certain level. Way back my mom (in the Netherlands) had to pay the nursing home from her pension.



I recently checked a link on health insurance premiums in Switzerland and you could get a reduction even if you had 150k savings.....
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