Massachusetts is the 3rd most densely populated state in the United States, with 2/3 of its residents living in the Greater Boston area. Massachusetts is ingrained into our nation’s history, from the Boston Tea Party to the Salem Witch Trials. Now, though, the state is better known for its reputable universities, including Harvard, MIT, Boston College, Boston University, and Tufts. Massachusetts has extensive cultural influences and provides all activities imaginable for vacationers and state natives. Museums and historical sites densely fill the land of the Bay State, and the arts and entertainment are also very popular, including the Boston Ballet. Massachusetts usually ranks very well in terms of statewide health, but paying for long term care is still a looming problem that needs to be addressed.

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Massachusetts is well known for its statewide health care plan, but many people are unaware of the Long Term Care Insurance Partnership Plan, which incentivizes residents to invest in LTCI and protect their assets.