Category Archives: Long Term Care Planning

Long Term Care Planning

7 Myths about Long-Term Care

Long-term care issues have been everywhere in the news lately–from stories of people needing these services to how the government is responding. But there is also a lot of conflicting, and even mistaken, information. Misconceptions may have prevented you from including long-term care planning into your retirement portfolio. But long-term care planning can...
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The Sandwich Generation is Growing, and So Are Their Responsibilities

Across the U.S., millions of middle-aged adults struggle with the dual responsibility of financially supporting a child and caring for an aging parent. In fact, a 2013 Pew Research report found that 33% of baby boomers and 42% of GenXers are now members of what is commonly called “the sandwich generation."1

The Sandwich Generation...

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Avoiding the Nursing Home

How a Pooled Trust can help you retain your independence and stay in your home.

Avoiding the Nursing Home

By Jennifer Katz, Esq. Labor & Industry for Education, Inc.
Growing older while endeavoring to stay well and live independently is a journey we will all face. As access to resources for seniors continues to improve, it is...
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