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Monthly Archives: September 2011

Yes, It Can Happen To You (Not Just Your Neighbor)

It is understandable that none of us want to think about being incapacitated one day. There is nothing wrong with wanting to be independent and able to take care of ourselves for our whole life.  However, the danger exists in … Continue reading

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VA Benefits Can Help With Long-Term Care Costs

Many wartime veterans may be eligible for financial help with long-term care costs and not even know it.  That is because many wartime veterans don’t realize that even if they didn’t suffer a wartime injury, there is a pension benefit … Continue reading

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National Assisted Living Week

The week of September 11-17, 2011 has been designated as National Assisted Living Week by the National Center for Assisted Living (“NCAL”).  NCAL has been celebrating National Assisted Living Week since 1995. The theme for this year’s National Assisted Living … Continue reading

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Making Charities a Part of Your Estate Plan

Most people have a cause or charity that is close to their hearts and are happy to donate their time or money to the charity.  Most charities are very grateful for the support because they are non-profit organizations with a … Continue reading

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