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Long Distance Care for Your Elder

Long distance caregiving has been defined as providing care for a person who lives an hour or more away by the National Institute on Aging (NIA). This type of caregiving takes many forms – from arranging for in-home care, money…

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The App Storing Your Crucial Information

More Americans than ever store and provide information through digital apps on smartphones and tablet devices. Whether engaging in online banking, using a mobile plane boarding pass, or creating work calendars shared in the cloud, the internet of things provides…

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What is A Will Contest?

When a loved one dies with a will, their will lays out who shall receive their property, and which person (called the executor) will be in charge of settling the estate. For many reasons, beneficiaries can feel slighted by what…

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Medicaid and the Stimulus Checks

As part of the coronavirus recovery effort, most Americans are getting direct payments from the federal government known as “stimulus checks.” This money is paid to ease the pain of the Covid pandemic and to jump-start the economy.   The…

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Living Trusts Help Seniors

It’s an unfortunate fact that seniors can be prime targets for financial abuse and scams. Sadly, the elderly are often taken advantage of by strangers — and sometimes even their own family members. That’s why it’s important that planning is…

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