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Home for the Holidays (Part 2)

            Last week I was talking about changes in loved ones we may notice around holiday time, simply because we may be returning home after some time away.  So what can or should you do about it?             A physical and neurological exam should identify any medical issues. A Geriatric Care Manager (GCM) can help assess the […]

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The Problem with Annuities and How to Solve It (Part 3) #ProblemwithAnnuities

                Last week I outlined for you the advantages of the Pension Protection Act (PPA), #PensionProtectionAct which became effective in 2010.  The government has provided some pretty significant tax advantages as an incentive for Americans to self-fund their long term care.  As a result, insurance companies have created varied products to take advantage of the […]

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College and Long Term Care – ??? (Part 3) #LongTermCare

            The last two weeks I have been telling you about an increasing trend that we are seeing in cases that come through our office- grandparents who are paying for college, daycare, camp expenses etc. for their grandchildren.  While a big help to the children of our clients who can’t afford the rising educational costs […]

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College and Long Term Care – ??? (Part 2) #LongTermCare

            Last week I was talking about an increasing trend that we are seeing in cases that come through our office- grandparents who are paying for college, daycare and camp expenses for their grandchildren.  I told you that there is a danger for some who could be headed for financial ruin.  How so?             The […]

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