What’s the right direction for you in planning for the help you might need in the future? Seven in ten of us will need long-term care at some point in our lives. Here are possible paths for covering the assistance you may need. How Will You Obtain the Care You Need? … [Read more...] about How Will You Obtain the Care You Need?
Many considerations must be addressed in an estate plan, not just who gets whatever’s left after your death. Long-Term Care expenses are an ever-increasing concern. Your estate plan should consider how those expenses would get paid. This article looks at several ways to plan for those expenses. 6 Important Estate Planning Considerations – Part 2: Long-Term Care … [Read more...] about 6 Important Estate Planning Considerations – Part 2: Long-Term Care
What’s the right direction for you in planning for future medical expenses? The odds are even that you’ll need long-term care (LTC) after age 65, at least for a while. Here are possible paths for covering those potential costs. How Are You Planning for Long-Term Care (LTC) Expenses? … [Read more...] about How Are You Planning for Long-Term Care (LTC) Expenses?
With so much talk over the past couple of years about the new healthcare laws, welfare reform and overall political bickering, many have found themselves hearing Medicare and Medicaid being used, sometimes interchangeably. Of course, the two are different and serve different purposes in the American society. Still, they both are important and both play a crucial role in ensuring Americans are cared for. This week, we take a look at the differences between Medicare and Medicaid and what it can … [Read more...] about Medicare and Medicaid in New York: Understanding the Differences