Can Medicaid Provide Retroactive Coverage When Someone Goes Into Long-Term Care?
I am recommending to all of my potential clients that - if they think they may need to get on Medicaid at some point in the future in order
Understanding Continuing Care Retirement Communities
These communities offer the array of care options necessary as seniors move through the stages of living that include independent or assiste
Yes, You Can Get Evicted from a Nursing Home
Nursing home evictions - or "force discharges" - are a lot more common than you would think. While there are federal regulations that...
Good Reasons to Take Your Social Security Retirement Early
It is not always optimal, but there are some good reasons to take your social security benefit early.
Managing a Loved One's Finances: The Options
The key to ensuring that an elderly person's finances are taken care of as they lose the ability to do it themselves is advanced plannin
Want to Prevent the Financial Abuse of an Elderly Loved One? Do These Three Things.
As I've indicated before, financial abuse of the elderly is a growing problem. This portion of the population can be exploited by...
Baby Boomers Are Creating a Massive Health-Care Budget Crisis. Here's Why.
A Gallup poll recently found that 74% of US adults plan to work in some form or another past the age of 65. Some will work out of...
How to Prepare Your Loved One for a Long-Term Care Crisis
When you or a loved one cannot care for themselves for a long period of time, it is usually necessary to seek out long-term care (LTC)....
Social Security is Changing. Here's What You Should Know.
The Social Security Administration has changed the formulas for benefit payouts. If you are sixty years of age or more you are in the...
You Have a Will. Is That Enough?
Roughly half of all Americans don’t have a will, so if you’ve already taken this vital step then congratulations are in order - you’re...