Category Archives: Long-Term Care

The End of Valuable Social Security Strategies

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” will take the brunt of it: file-and-suspend and restricted application. What is file-and-suspend? If you were born between 1943 and 1954, your full retirement age […]

Can My Loved One Benefit From Memory Care?

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 is memory care. What Is Memory Care? To know if your loved one could benefit from memory care, you’ll first have to understand what type of […]

A Beginner’s Guide To Financial Caregiving

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 financial caregiver. Your main role as a financial caregiver could include: determining the right long-term care that meets a loved one’s needs helping them with money […]