Category 'Paying for Eldercare'

Linda Strohschein from Strohschein Law Group

Linda Strohschein from Strohschein Law Group discusses services offered by her elder law practice.

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“The Value of Home Care” Report

Aging in America is dramatically reshaping society and creating an ever-increasing dilemma: Nearly 70 percent of Americans who reach age 65 will at some point need assistance to care for themselves. Professional home care is emerging as an invaluable health partner for U.S. seniors.

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Art Miller from Capital Preservation Strategies discusses planning for retirement

Art Miller from Capital Preservation Strategies discusses planning for retirement.

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Lauren Weldon Explains Importance of Hiring an Elder Law Attorney When Planning for Long Term Care

Lauren Weldon from Margolis Weldon discusses the important of using an Elder Law Attorney when planning for a senior's long term care, healthcare needs and end of life.

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Financial Advice for Widows

For women whose spouses die, the grief is often magnified by the stress and uncertainly of legal and financial matters.

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Trust Grows With Age

Trust increases as people age, and the stronger the trust, the more seniors experience greater happiness over time.

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Understanding Long Term Care Insurance

ACSIA Partners understand the financial and emotional stress that caregiving can place on a family. Tom Hoffman joins Silver Solutions Radio to discuss Long Term Care Insurance.

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Tax Credit Tips for Seniors and Family Caregivers

If you are a senior receiving care or are caring for an older relative, you may be eligible for additional tax deductions and credits. Examples of elder care tax benefits include claiming a parent, stepparent, father-in-law or mother-in-law as a dependent on your tax return or deducting contributions you made toward your aging relative’s medical expenses.

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After Health Scare, Parents Turn to Adult Children

According to a recent study performed by researchers at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, older parents are more likely to turn to their adult children for help after experiencing a major health scare.

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Brain Health for Family Caregivers; Payment Options for In-Home Care

These and other stories are in the May edition of the Caring Right at Home e-newsletter, providing information, advice and support for adult caregiving.

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