What If You're a Vet, but Don't Qualify for Aid & Attendance?

  • 29 November 2017
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What If You're a Vet, but Don't Qualify for Aid & Attendance?
We've been spending a lot of time recently talking about the VA Aid & Attendance benefit. But the reality is there are a lot of Vets who don't qualify for this benefit. Since it is only available to those who served during a war period, you may know or work with a Vet who doesn't...

What the Idaho Estate Planning Team is Grateful for this Year

  • 22 November 2017
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We just wanted to share a few things that we're grateful for this year. At Idaho Estate Planning, we're especially grateful for all of our clients and friends we get to work with. You make our days full and fulfilling! Here's what our team is celebrating this Thanksgiving...

Special Considerations for Long-Term Care for Veterans

  • 16 November 2017
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Special Considerations for Long-Term Care for Veterans
Do you have a Vet in your life? Or maybe in your line of work you serve Vets? As our many of our wartime service members age, there are some circumstances and considerations for long-term care needs. Types of long-term care Depending on their health, there are a number of options for...

What You Can Do to Take Care of the Veteran in Your Life

  • 8 November 2017
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What You Can Do to Take Care of the Veteran in Your Life
This month we're spending a lot of time talking about our Vets. At Idaho Estate Planning, we work hard to support Vets in all walks of life. And specifically, this month due to Veterans Day, we want to give some specific thoughts and advice to Veterans and their loved ones. The VA estimates...

Helping Your Parents Make an Estate Plan

  • 26 October 2017
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Helping Your Parents Make an Estate Plan
It's not easy watching our parents get older. For many of us, their aging means more responsibilities as they need to rely on us for care and other help. But it also means facing declining health, long-term care needs, and eventually their passing. Unfortunately, this is not a pleasant...
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