LONDON, England / BBC News / Business / July 10, 2011
Caring for the elderly: an expert answers your questions
By Philip Spiers, FirstStop Advice
In his independent report to the government on reforming the system in England, Andrew Dilnot said that individuals should not have to pay more than the first £35,000 or so of their care costs (as opposed to their so-called hotel costs) during their remaining lifetimes.
We asked you to submit questions about paying for care to Philip Spiers, of the advice service FirstStop
Philip Spiers guides you through the very complicated rules on paying for care
Here are some of the questions and answers by Philip Spiers
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