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Zombie Accounts: Protecting Your Online Accounts

Do you shop or pay bills, bank or invest online? Do you use Facebook or Google dox, share photos on Shutterfly or Pinterest, use email, have frequent flyer miles, keep pictures or records on your computer? Old or forgotten online accounts can become zombie accounts. How do you protect your online accounts?

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What’s On Your Bucket List?

Knowing what’s on your bucket list can help you prioritize. Sharing it with your doctor can help the two of you make better treatment decisions. A February 2018 article in the Journal of Palliative Medicine* found that 91.2% of survey participants have at least mental bucket lists. Here is what they said they want to do.

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Do I Need Long-Term Care Insurance?

The downside of living longer is that some of those extra years will come with extra difficulty. We are likely to have trouble getting around, whether that means trouble operating the car safely, needing a walker or a wheelchair. We are likely to have trouble doing the laundry and the housework. Grocery shopping and cooking will become too burdensome. Even bathing, dressing and grooming; using the toilet and maintaining continence may well become a problem. You may be wondering, do I need long-term care insurance? Nearly 70% of us will need some form of long-term care.

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How an Elder Law Attorney Can Help When You Apply for Medicaid

Perhaps your situation is simple. You have no spouse. You have no children. You have no house, no car and no more than $2,000 in the bank. Your memory is intact and your mind is sharp: you can complete the Medicaid application all on your own.

But, what if your situation is less simple? You may need an elder lawyer’s help to get things done.

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DIY Probate?

Although in Texas probate can be relatively straight-forward, fast and cheap, who can be blamed for wanting to cut expenses further by doing it themselves?

Can you DIY probate in Texas? Maybe.

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Hiring People with Disabilities is Good Business

For years, companies have maintained low expectations about hiring people with disabilities. Most of these companies believed that employees with disabilities could not perform well in the workplace and that actively hiring them would drag company performance and profits down.

Thankfully, over time, many employers have come to understand that these perceptions are untrue. And new research strongly suggests that the opposite — that hiring people with disabilities is good for business.

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