Retirement for the childless – Steps to create an Estate Plan for your future care
Apr 5, 2016
As the baby boomer generation ages, there is an increase in people who do not have a spouse or children who will take care of them in their old age.Read More
How To Prepare for No Social Security COLA in 2016
Dec 21, 2015
For the first time in five years, seniors and retirees will not be receiving an annual raise in Social Security benefits in 2016 due to a decline in inflation drivenRead More
The End of Valuable Social Security Strategies
Dec 21, 2015
On November 2, 2015, President Obama signed into law a federal budget agreement that will throw a wrench into retirement plans for many married couples. Two different Social Security "strategies"Read More
Can Trusts Help Medicaid Qualification?
Nov 1, 2015
The short answer is YES! One of the ways that you can protect a loved one’s assets and establish Medicaid eligibility is through a properly drafted trust. This type ofRead More
Can My Loved One Benefit From Memory Care?
Sep 30, 2015
If you're loved one has been diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer's disease, researching their long-term care options as early as possible is essential. One care option that has become increasingly more common isRead More
A Beginner’s Guide To Financial Caregiving
Sep 3, 2015
Adult children often help their parents make medical and health care decisions. If you are also helping your parents with money management and bill paying, this makes you a financialRead More
Know Your Long-Term Options: Care Insurance vs. Disability Insurance
Sep 3, 2015
Without a doubt, most individuals 65 or older (at least 70% of them to be exact) will require some form of long-term care during their golden years. Dealing with theRead More
Gift Giving: Are You Gambling With Medicaid Eligibility?
Jul 31, 2015
As the need for affordable long-term care continues to rise, our elderly loved ones are looking for ways to get nursing home care and provide a financial future for theirRead More
Top 3 Ways A Geriatric Care Manager Can Help You
Apr 30, 2015
With 10,000 Baby Boomers turning 65 years old every day, taking care of our loved ones has become even more pressing than ever. Many individuals have come to a point where their elderly relativesRead More
DNR vs. Directive to Physicians: What’s the Difference?
Apr 28, 2015
It is important to start thinking about, and prepping for, the unexpected. Many people will wait until they become older to think about end of life issues, but accidents andRead More