Latest From the Blog

Charitable Giving Options Under the New Tax Law

Comments off.

The new tax law makes it harder to claim a tax deduction for charitable contributions. While charitable giving should not ...

Read More

Have Private Insurance and Are Turning 65? You Need Sign Up for Medicare Part B

Comments off.

If you are paying for your own insurance, you may think you do not need to sign up for Medicare ...

Read More

How Long Does It Take for An Estate to Be Settled?

Comments off.

My estranged father passed away in November 2016. I am still waiting for the estate to be settled. How long ...

Read More

2019 Spousal Impoverishment and Home Equity Figures Released

Comments off.

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has released its Spousal Impoverishment Standards for 2019, confirming the earlier projections ...

Read More

Medicare’s Different Treatment of the Two Main Post-Hospital Care Options

Comments off.

Medicare’s Different Treatment of the Two Main Post-Hospital Care Options Hospital patients who need additional care after being discharged from ...

Read More