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How to Pay for Care without Going Bankrupt

What are Benefits of Pre-Planning My Funeral?

pre-planning funerals

Questions around death planning can feel overwhelming: Cremation or burial or natural organic reduction? What will your family want, and what will it cost? Do you really need to think about all this if you’re young and healthy right now—or can you put off these decisions until you’re older or dealing with a life-threatening illness?

Can I Avoid the Economic Dangers of Caregiving?

Caregiving Burnout

If caregiving looms in your future — and it likely does if you’re a daughter, an only child or the one (if you are, you know what I mean) — take time now to protect your financial life.

What Happens to Parents’ Debt when They Die?

credit card debt paid by adult child?

Adult children typically don’t have to pay their parents’ bills. However, there are exceptions.  Even when a child doesn’t have to pay directly, debt could reduce what they inherit.

What Does an Elder Law Attorney Do?

National Elder Law Foundation

Estate Planning may not be something you necessarily WANT to think about, but it could protect your interests and wishes long after you are gone.

Any Ideas How to Pay for Long-Term Care?

Crisis Planning Medicaid

The costs of long-term care for older adults can be significant. Federal Medicare health insurance benefits do not cover most of these costs. Most people who incur costs for long-term care cover them with a combination of personal savings, long-term care insurance and Medicaid, among other sources.

Will I Be Ready for Long-Term Care?

Crisis Planning Medicaid

For some, retirement means ‘where will we play today’s round of golf?’ For others, it could mean, ‘do I pay for my meds or my rent?’ In either case, a few concerns touch every retiree. The topic of long-term care is one of them, at least subconsciously. The question that causes more than a few sleepless nights is, ‘What happens when I can’t take care of myself anymore?’

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