It’s Time to Talk to Your Parents About Estate Planning

Are You A Millennial? Talk to Your Parents About Estate Planning

We’re all familiar with Millennials’ stereotype as self-absorbed, spoiled children who can’t seem to get their lives in order. But the truth is, Millennials have matured into responsible adults and productive citizens, with many approaching their (gasp!) forties.

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Caring for the Caregivers

If you’re one of 43 million Americans caring for an aging relative, you know firsthand the physical and emotional pressures that accompany being the sole chauffer, cook, and physical therapist for an ailing person. A caretaker’s life can often revolve around medical appointments and medicine dosages. But what about the caretaker? Who takes care of…

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Bankruptcy and the Elderly – a Growing Demographic

Bankruptcy for Mature Adults It’s called your “golden years” but for many seniors and baby boomers, there is no gold and retirement savings are too often insufficient to maintain even basic living standards of retirees. In fact, a recent study by the University of Michigan found that baby boomers are the fastest growing age group…

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Five Critical Steps to Take When Mom’s (or Dad’s) Medicare Runs Out

5 Critical Steps to Take When Mom's (or Dad's) Medicare Runs Out

Many senior citizens are hesitant to think about the possibility of requiring long-term health care. While this reluctance is natural, it is vital to know the facts: hundreds of thousands of elderly Californians currently reside in long-term nursing facilities. Many of these people are paying for their custodial healthcare out of pocket. Unfortunately, by the…

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