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Q. I recently went to my 50th high school reunion, and it seemed like many of the people there still knew each other -- even those who lived on different sides of the country and hadn't seen each other in years. I was excited to … [Read more...]

Can a Senior Put Himself Up for Adoption?

Hank is one of 11 million Americans who lives alone, without family or friends nearby. He lost his wife, is estranged from his daughter, and lives more than 1,000 miles away from his son. He is lonely and scared of dying alone, so … [Read more...]

Critter Corner: Can I Use a Health Savings Account to Pay for Long-Term-Care Insurance or a Hybrid Life Insurance Policy?

Dear Angel, I have a Health Savings Account through my work. Can I withdraw money tax-free from my health savings account to pay my long-term-care insurance premiums? If I can, is there a limit to the amount I can use? Does it … [Read more...]

Critter Corner: Why Are There So Many Problems With Prince’s Will Two Years After his Death?

Dear Magic, I read somewhere that Prince died two years ago, but his heirs have yet to inherit any of his 200 million dollar fortune. How can this be? Noah Money-Forthem ---- Dear Noah, It's true that it's been two … [Read more...]

Groceries? Air Conditioners? – Extra Benefits for Medicare Advantage Policy Holders

Michelle recently had a discussion with her mother, Rose, about ways to make Rose's house more comfortable and easier-to-navigate. Rose's mobility isn't what it used to be and she can no longer walk, and is unable to drive herself … [Read more...]

Everything You Need to Know About the New Medicare Cards

Q. I heard that Medicare recipients are supposed to be receiving new cards beginning this month. I have some questions about this that I hope you can help answer. Thanks in advance for your help.  Q1. What changes will be … [Read more...]

Disabled Adult Child (DAC) Benefits

People receiving SSI benefits (and anyone else, for that matter) can qualify for Disabled Adult Child (DAC) benefits if: they became disabled prior to age 22; one of their parents paid into the Social Security system for … [Read more...]

Seven Marathons in Seven Days with Parkinson’s?

Bret Parker has had Parkinson's for 11 years, since he was 38 years old. Recently, he made an amazing goal for himself of running 7 marathons on 7 continents in 7 days, and nothing was going to stop him from achieving it. That was … [Read more...]

Relocation and Downsizing Specialists Who Serve the Senior Market

December 12, 2017 | by the National Care Planning Council Article source- http://bit.ly/2l4qEMk As people age, they often become overly attached to their homes and even though there may be compelling reasons to find other … [Read more...]