Monthly Archives May 2015

Eyewitness to long-term care

Several weeks ago, I attended a dinner meeting consisting of financial advisors (FA). Having worked with hundreds of FAs over the course of seventeen years, I knew quite a few of them and eagerly caught up about business and families. Somewhere between the main course and dessert, an advisor that I’ve worked with for many years came over and took a seat next to me. I’ll call him “Aaron.” Read More
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Long-term care: challenges and changes

No one really likes to think about needing long-term health care services. But the reality is that each year, an estimated 12 million Americans need some type of long-term care.1 Are you prepared? While it used to be that families cared for their aging relatives because there was no other option, today’s elderly increasingly rely on professional care from home health aides and nursing homes, particularly when significant care is needed. That can become pricey. Read More
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