Category Archives for Medicaid Planning

Navigating the Sandwich Generation with Ease

July is Sandwich Generation month. If you’ve never heard of it: the average age of parents raising children in the US continues to rise, leaving many middle-aged Americans in a category commonly

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Queen Latifah Caregivers Aging Parents

Even Celebrities Act as Caregivers for Aging Parents

We may not think about it often, but even celebrities act as caregivers for their aging parents. Actress, singer, and songwriter Queen Latifah plays an active role in caring for her mother, Rita Owens,

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You Don’t Have to Spend Everything:
3 Costly Medicaid Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

By Guest Blogger, Tracey A. L. Ingle, Esq. of Ingle Law, P.C. It’s a sad story I hear all the time, “We finally spent all Mom’s money. I guess it’s time to apply for Medicaid now.” Ugh. It hurts.

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Medicare Facts For You, Your Parents

People who are nearing the age of 65 should be making plans for the transition from private health care to Medicare. It is not a simple process or one that happens automatically. You have to initiate the

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What Do You Know About Long Term Care and Medicaid Planning?

When was the last time you actually looked at your estate plan? Have you ever seen your parents’ estate plan? Many people don’t like to even think about their parents aging and the eventual

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