Elder Care Blog

How to Protect Yourself from Financial Abuse

June 1, 2016
Elder financial abuse is becoming an epidemic. True Link, a financial services firm focused on seniors, estimates that nearly one
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Long Island Estate Planning: Dividing Sentimental Assets

May 31, 2016
It tends to be the personal items with sentimental value that cause the greatest problems within a family when it
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Long Island Estate Planning: Choosing an IRA Contingent Beneficiary

May 11, 2016
Have you named a contingent beneficiary for your IRA or other retirement account? An article on WealthManagement.com highlights the importance
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Am I Eligible for Medicare?

May 6, 2016
At age 65, most individuals are eligible for Medicare coverage. The Medicare program is funded by taxes withdrawn from workers’
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How Electronic Advance Directives Compare to Print Versions

May 2, 2016
Electronic versions of your health care Advance Directives sounds like a more reliable way to store your documents, right? Unfortunately
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Caregiver Advocate Brochure Protects Loved Ones with Dementia

April 28, 2016
If you care for someone with dementia, you are their Advocate! This is the title of a brochure created by
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Medicare Advantage May Not Be Ideal for Long Island Residents

April 18, 2016
Medicare recipients can choose from three options: traditional Medicare, traditional Medicare with Medigap supplemental insurance, or Medicare Advantage (Part C).
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Long-Term Care Insurance for Long Island Residents

April 8, 2016
Long-term care insurance is one of the ways to pay for the necessary custodial care that may be required as
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Long Island Estate Planning: Reviewing Trusts

March 30, 2016
Trusts are used for various financial reasons and can be created for both personal and business purposes. There are living
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Long Island Parents of Adults Are Now Eligible to Serve as Full-Time Paid Caregivers

March 28, 2016
Long Island parents of adults with chronic illness and physical disabilities will be eligible to serve as full-time paid caregivers according
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