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As of this writing we are in the midst of a pandemic the likes of which none of us living today has ever experienced.  Historians tell us that the Spanish Flu epidemic from 1918 to 1919 comes the closest.  Government shutdown of nonessential businesses has caused widespread disruptions and affected people and businesses in

With the spread of the Coronavirus (named COVID-19) in the news and changing seemingly by the minute I decided to devote this week’s post to the topic.  People are understandably nervous. It can seem impossible at times to sort through the information, especially when one government official says one thing but then almost immediately

In my 11/4/19 post, I disclosed some of the important numbers that change year to year with respect to the Medicaid and VA Aid and Attendance programs that we work to obtain for many of our clients.  Here are the rest of the important numbers as well as 2020 Medicare

                The title of the article in the Wall Street Journal a few weeks ago was intended to turn heads.  (See https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-pension-hole-for-u-s-cities-and-states-is-the-size-of-japans-economy-1532972501?mod=hp_lead_pos7) There has been an increasing amount of coverage in the media about the pension crisis in the country, specifically the underfunding of public employee pensions.  According to the

                I have written in past blog posts about how best to approach the topic of long term care with a parent or elderly loved one.  There are no two situations that are exactly alike so there is no one best way to handle the delicate subject.  It is especially