Lack of Communication Can Cause Chaos for Caregivers

In November, National Family Caregivers Month, we celebrate the valuable role that family caregivers play. Recent data show that two out of every 5 adults are family caregivers. That means 39% of all adult Americans are caring for a loved one who is sick, disabled, or living with frailties of old age. For those whose… Continue reading Lack of Communication Can Cause Chaos for Caregivers

The Flexible Irrevocable Trust Provides Asset Protection

  Revocable Trusts are familiar to anyone who has considered estate planning. Basically, the Settlor (person creating the Trust) retains complete control over the assets in the trust, can withdraw the principal for any reason, can change the beneficiaries, and can change the successor Trustees. The problem with a Revocable Trust is that whatever you… Continue reading The Flexible Irrevocable Trust Provides Asset Protection

Wartime Veterans’ and Widow’s Pension

Abraham Lincoln Called on the Nation to Support it’s Veterans. Veterans who served during WWII, Korea, Vietnam and the Gulf Wars may be eligible for tax free pensions. The pension program is designed to assist veterans and their spouses or widows to cope with the impacted by medical expenses and nursing home costs. The pension… Continue reading Wartime Veterans’ and Widow’s Pension

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