Choosing the right hospital and the right hospice program can make all the difference. We want to decide where we receive care and who will provide it. These points will help you make the right decision for the care you need and want.
As we think about the years ahead, the elderly need to consider five big questions. We need answers which are practical, sustainable and safe. We need realistic backup plans.
We can be rather sloppy when opening bank accounts. We may know that someone else is “on” an account with us but we are not entirely clear what that means. Your bank account signature card is important. Knowing who is on your signature card can make a real difference.
These three simple steps will help you save on both legal fees and taxes…if you start now. They’ll also help you get your documents organized and stay organized. You’ll pay yourself well for the time you spend by having to pay your estate planning lawyer less. The earlier you start, the more you can do.
Somewhere around the day we decide to retire, we may think that we have a lot of money – a lifetime of earnings, a gold-plated nest egg. The light refracting from that shiny nest egg can blind us. Be cautious with your spending in retirement.