New rules have been put in place to protect seniors with brokerage accounts from financial scams that could drain the accounts before anyone notices.
As the population ages, elder financial abuse is a mounting problem. Vulnerable seniors can become victims of scammers who convince Continue reading →
Medicare is mandated to cover your home health benefits with no limit on the time you are covered. Unfortunately, few Medicare beneficiaries get the level of service they are entitled to and many find their services cut off prematurely. Getting these benefits can be critically important. Continue reading →
Arizona and Florida are the latest states to request a waiver from the requirement that states provide three months of retroactive Medicaid coverage to eligible Medicaid recipients.
Medicaid law allows a Medicaid applicant to be eligible for benefits for up to three months before Continue reading →
If you’re a grandparent, maintaining a strong connection with your grandchildren is important, but that may become harder over the years as they leave for college or become busier building their careers and families. While they’re just starting out financially, you have a lifetime Continue reading →
There are a lot of misconceptions surrounding the Social Security system. Here are four common myths and the facts about how Social Security works and its future prospects.
Myth 1: You should collect benefits early.
This is one of the biggest Social Security myths. Beneficiaries can Continue reading →