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In last week’s post I went back to the topic of Medicaid and more specifically how the need for long term care might affect both spouses.  The assets of both spouses are counted for eligibility purposes even if only one spouse is applying for benefits.  I always remind people that a second

Last month in this blog I updated you on some of the new Social Security and Medicare numbers for 2022.  With a cost of living adjustment (COLA) of 5.9% as a result of higher inflation, next year’s increase is the largest in some time. Many other federal programs are tied to the

So often when we receive a call from a child of an aging parent in crisis, it’s about the signs of declining mental and physical capabilities leading to the discovery of a financial crisis.  This decline in health and cognition usually means a decline in the ability to manage assets such as keeping