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Managing Residential Transitions – Part 1

August 28, 2019

If you’re looking after an elderly loved one, chances are good that you’ll be faced with the prospect of moving the elder from one living arrangement to another. In the elder care world, this is called a residential transition. It’s…

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Life in the Sandwich Generation

August 22, 2019

It is estimated that American families provide more than 80 percent of all in-home or long-term care for family members who are either aging, chronically ill or have a disabled child or other family member. This includes a myriad of…

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The Skinny on Joint Accounts

August 15, 2019

If you’re starting to think about estate planning, the question of how to manage bank accounts inevitably arises. Creating joint accounts—where you and others share ownership of bank accounts—is an option that many consider. In fact, your banker may even…

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Questions about Paying for Long-Term Care?

August 8, 2019

Will you soon be making the decision to move a family member or loved one into assisted living or a nursing home? Brace yourself. Deciding to place an elderly loved one in a long-term care facility is one of the…

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