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Get the Facts: A Voter’s Guide to Health Care

Health care is routinely cited by voters as their top issue as they head to the polls. The midterms could help decide whether many Americans will have access to care and how much it will cost. Given that interest, it’s worth clarifying the record on these issues so voters are informed heading into the polls.

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Naming Your Beneficiaries

Most people go about this without giving it much thought, naming their spouse or naming their spouse and then their children in their wills and on the beneficiary designation pages of investment accounts and life insurance policies. Few people remember to check periodically. But peoples’ situations change. What considerations should you make when naming your beneficiaries?

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Can Lawmakers Fix Social Security? 8 Questions Answered about the Program

More than 175 million workers contribute to Social Security with every paycheck. About 43 million retirees collective benefits monthly. For three out of five older Americans, the Social Security check they receive is more than half their income.

As with every election cycle, voters get to make sense of the competing claims about the future of Social Security and the shortfall that is projected to occur in about 16 years.

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Save Medicare Now

2018 will determine the future of Medicare, the program that provides health care to nearly 20 percent of Americans. We must save Medicare now. The Center for Medicare Advocacy recently held a media briefing to shed light on ongoing and upcoming threats to the Medicare program. Read more here.

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When Family Members Become Family Caregivers for Aging Parents

With millions of elderly adults living independently and requiring assistance with daily living, more and more unpaid and untrained family members become family caregivers for aging parents. It’s not uncommon to spend on average nearly 30 hours per week providing for their care: administering medications, helping with groceries, household issues, even bathing. Is it worth it?

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The Three Biggest Lies

We all know the two biggest lies: “The check is in the mail” and “Of course I’ll respect you in the morning.” Do you know what the third is? It is a lie we never intend to be a lie: “I’ll never send you to a nursing home.”

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Don’t Send Your Kids to Jail! Plan Ahead for Medicaid & VA Rules

When we want to give our children a gift, perhaps in thanks for caregiving, the last thing on our mind is sending them to jail. But that may be exactly what we are doing. An elder lawyer can help you. By planning ahead and following VA and Medicaid rules, you can give your children gifts of love and still get the care you need. Find out more here.

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