You may have enough income and/or savings to pay your care fees for the foreseeable future. However, many people combine this option with one of the other ways of paying for care.
Relying on income and savings for paying for care isn’t right for you if:
If you run out of funds, your local authority has more control over care you receive and where you live. For example, they won’t pay for home care if residential care is more cost-effective.
If you’re considering using your income and savings to pay your care fees, always get specialist care fees advice.
A specialist care fees adviser will:
Use our directory of specialist care fees advisers to find expert advice in your area.