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Preventing Unwelcome Medical Bills

The pain of a medical emergency can be unbearable, but when massive bills arrive despite your insurance coverage, it can be even worse. For example, suppose that you underwent emergency surgery for some reason. You scheduled it at a hospital…

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Fraud Against the Elderly

Statistically, fraud is increasing in the senior and near-senior age categories. With more individuals online than ever, scammers are becoming more adaptable and posing as tech support staff, government employees, and romantic partners. Seniors are particularly vulnerable groups as they…

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Is a Will Enough?

You're ahead of the curve if you've already created a will to protect your assets and beneficiaries since roughly half of all Americans don't have one. While a will is a necessary document that every person who owns assets should have,…

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Housing Shortage Affects Seniors

We often take our homes for granted, but they provide far more than just shelter. They influence our emotional, social, and psychological well-being. However, many seniors are at risk of losing their homes. What Do Experts Predict? Currently, we’re headed toward…

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Recognizing and Planning with Alzheimer’s

The diagnosis of Alzheimer's Disease can be pretty scary, which is why some people avoid seeing their doctor when the symptoms first appear. However, there are compelling practical reasons to seek answers early rather than dismiss them as unimportant or…

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Survivorship Estate Planning

It is difficult to consider more than just your grief after losing a spouse or a long-term partner, but you need to understand that important and timely decisions need to be made regarding your finances and personal estate plans. In truth,…

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