Caring for Elderly Individuals Has Become More Expensive Than Raising Children

Caring for Elderly Individuals Has Become More Expensive Than Raising Children

Last week, the United States Department of Agriculture released results of a study that found the cost of raising a […]


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Learn From Celebrity Estate Planning Mistakes

Learn From Celebrity Estate Planning Mistakes

If a person dies without a valid last will and testament, the decedent is said to have died “intestate,” and […]


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What You Need to Know About “Outpatient” Observation Status

What You Need to Know About “Outpatient” Observation Status

Picture this: You have fallen ill and are put into a hospital room, where you receive services and medicine ordered […]


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The Risks of Medicare Advantage Plans

The Risks of Medicare Advantage Plans

When choosing where to get Medicare benefits, an increasing number of seniors are opting for the lower out-of-pocket costs of […]


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2017 Medicaid Deductible and Premium

2017 Medicaid Deductible and Premium

On October 11th, 2016, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released the premiums for Medicare Part A and Medicare […]


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Cremation for Catholics?

Cremation for Catholics?

For Roman Catholics, the Church, for the last 2,000 years, only permitted individuals to be buried with the hope of […]


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What Are My Next Steps Following the Death of My Spouse?

The loss of a spouse can weigh heavily on the survivor. In the midst of coping with the loss of […]


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Planes, Trains and Automobiles: Am I Still Legally Covered by Medicare?

Planes, Trains and Automobiles: Am I Still Legally Covered by Medicare?

How to Travel in the U.S. After Retirement with Medicare Coverage Aging Long Island residents have endured the stresses of […]


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Elder Care Planning for Dementia Patients

Today, as many as 5.4 million American men and women are living with Alzheimer’s Disease, a progressive type of dementia […]


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Medicare Eligibility and Enrollment

Everyone becomes eligible for Medicare when they turn 65, but depending on each individual’s specific circumstances, how and when to […]


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