Millions of seniors struggle to afford housing — and it’s about to get a lot worse
A few decades ago, Leslie McIntire thought she was doing everything right for a comfortable life. She was a tax accountant in Washington, D.C., and co-owned a not-for-profit bookstore. “I had good savings,” she says. “I was quite happy, quite frankly, and I was preparing to go back to school.”
Jennifer Ludden November 30, 2023
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