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The Future Financial Well-Being of Your Parents

Aim to talk finance with your aging parent as soon as possible, especially if they…

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Reasons to Avoid Adding a Child’s Name to Your Bank Account

Although it can be useful to have another party available to help keep track of…

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Using Life Insurance to Enhance Your Estate Plan

Your grieving loved ones should not have to inherit assets only to find they are…

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Six Estate Planning Mistakes to Avoid

Estate planning ensures your assets, interests, and those you love are protected after you pass.…

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April is Designated Parkinson’s Awareness Month

Each year in April, the global Parkinson's community engages to support awareness of Parkinson's disease…

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Considerations in Elderly Parent Care

Aging is something you cannot escape, and it affects all family systems. It can be…

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A Power of Attorney Protects Your Right to Vote

Your right to vote is a fundamental element of what it means to be a…

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Claiming Guardianship of an Elderly Parent

More often than not, guardianship brings to mind images of a minor child in the…

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Uncertainty Among Millennials About Social Security

When the federal government established its social insurance program on August 14, 1935, its purpose…

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Estate Planning After Losing a Spouse

Following the loss of a spouse or long-time partner, it is difficult to consider more…

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Will I Lose My Home when I Need Long Term Care?

People work hard all their lives to own a home, and it is often their…

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Talk to Your Aging Parents About Their Finances and Estate Planning

It is essential that as your parents' age, you have conversations with them about their…

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Six Recommended Steps When Moving Your Parent into Assisted Living

Assisted living communities provide essential care and create a sense of calm and peace of…

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Tips to Thrive as a Family Caregiver

A record 53 million people in the United States are care providers for an older…

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The Trend of Continuing Care at Home

Decades ago in America, it was common for extended family members to live near to…

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Regular Reviews Keep Your Estate Plan Current

Reviewing your estate planning documents on a regular basis help to make sure they’re still…

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A Special Needs Trust Can Help Your Disabled Loved One

What is a Special Needs Trust? In general, a trust is created when property or…

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Talk to Your Aging Parents About Finances and Estate Planning

It is essential that as your parents' age, you have conversations with them about their…

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