Seniors Must Plan for the Unexpected

Seniors Must Plan for the Unexpected

COVID-19 arose so quickly it has left many Americans unprepared and confused. There are numerous reports of shortages of antibacterial hand sanitizer, disinfecting wipes, and even toilet paper. While we can’t predict when something like COVID-19 might strike, we can...
Why You Should Have a Living Will

Why You Should Have a Living Will

A living will lays out your preferences for life-sustaining medical treatment.  It is often accompanied by a health-care proxy or power of attorney, which allows someone to make treatment decisions for you if you are incapacitated and the living will does not have...
Top Traits Needed for Building Wealth

Top Traits Needed for Building Wealth

If you are a part of the millennial generation or younger, there is a steady path you can pick that can over time make you a self-made millionaire. It does not require a unique set of skills, specialized knowledge, or even excessive risks. Americans who achieve...
The Top Long-Term Care Myths

The Top Long-Term Care Myths

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, someone turning age 65 today will have a 70 percent chance of requiring some long-term care (LTC) service and support during the remainder of their life. In the case of women, the typical LTC need will...
The Biggest Worry to Getting on Medicaid

The Biggest Worry to Getting on Medicaid

Home ownership is the American Dream. People work hard all their lives to own a home, and it is often their most valuable and significant possession. So when health begins to fail and the need for long-term care arises, we often get this fear-filled question from our...
Baby Boomers in the New Decade

Baby Boomers in the New Decade

The baby boom generation is comprised of those Americans born 1946-1964, and according to the US Census Bureau (Bureau of Census), their numbers are estimated to be 73 million strong. This number represents nearly 20 percent of the American public. As they enter their...