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Home Remodeling for Disability and Special Needs: What You Need to Know

This is a great article for you to read concerning Home Remodeling for Disability and Specialty needs. CLICK HERE  

Senior Diabetes

In 2011, almost 11 million older adults living in the U.S–nearly 27 percent of people 65 or older–have diabetes. Below is some information and tips on how to manage and prevent Diabetes. I don’t have Diabetes, what is it? Diabetes means your blood glucose (often called blood sugar) is too high. Your blood always has

Preserving Assets and Transferring Assets to the Next Generation

Older Americans control a large amount of the wealth in this country and have a continued interested in protecting that wealth from loss. Older Americans also want to stretch their assets out as long as possible in order to avoid running out of money well before they die. As Americans age many look for ways

Senior Home Owners Find Financial Resource in Reverse?

For many seniors the equity in their home is their largest single asset, yet it is unavailable to use unless they use a home equity loan. But a conventional loan really doesn’t free up the equity because the money has to be paid back with interest. A reverse mortgage is a risk-free way of tapping

It Has Been a Year Since We Filed for Aid & Attendance for My Father

It has been a year since we filed for the Aid and Attendance Pension Benefit for my Father-in-law, John. He is still comfortably situated in his assisted living apartment and receiving good health care from the staff. An important document that our Veteran Consultant let us know about was a form called the “Eligibility Verification

Using Your Home Equity for Long Term Care

For many seniors the equity in their home is their largest single asset, yet it is unavailable to use unless they use a home equity loan. But a conventional loan really doesn’t free up the equity because the money has to be paid back with interest. A reverse mortgage is a risk-free way of tapping