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Seniors Anxious About Spending Money

Senior citizens are using their retirement sparingly, even though the US economy has experienced over 10 years of economic growth. Bloomberg.com is reporting many retirees, and near-retirees are sitting on their wealth in much the same way large corporations are…

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An Inheritance Could Jeopardize Your Medicaid

Inheritances can become costly with regard to Medicaid. When a person is drawing Medicaid benefits and inherits money or property, that inheritance jeopardizes the benefits. The inheritance must be handled carefully to minimize expensive penalties. What “careful” means, though, can…

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Planning Your Veterans Benefits

Studies have proven the Coronavirus is more deadly to seniors over the age of 65, and unfortunately, it is not going away as we all had hoped. Individuals living in senior living communities, such as independent living, assisted living, memory…

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Be the Best Caregiver You Can Be

A large number of Americans act as the primary caregiver for an older family member. About 17 percent of the US population is a family caregiver, and most are losing sleep, worrying, losing income, struggling to balance caregiving tasks with…

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Is Your Estate Plan Prepared For a Pandemic?

The World Health Organization (WHO) named the disease-causing the 2019 COVID outbreak on March 11, 2020. The coronavirus disease 2019 shortly after became known by its abbreviation, CO for corona, VI for virus, D for disease, and 19 for the…

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How an Elder Law Attorney Can Help You

Many aging Americans depend on family members or friends to help manage their financial, health, and other affairs during retirement and beyond. They often believe that their family members will be able to take care of any issues that arise.…

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