Moving to Idaho? Here’s What You Need to Know

  • 16 August 2018
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Moving to Idaho? Here’s What You Need to Know
For those of you planning on moving to Idaho for retirement, listen up. The decision to retire, by itself, is one of the biggest decisions a person can make. Moving to a new state is a big decision. Retiring and moving to a new state can be overwhelming. As you make this move (from employment to...

Understanding Aid & Attendance as an Assisted Living Facility

  • 10 August 2018
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Understanding Aid & Attendance as an Assisted Living Facility
Knowing how to pay for assisted living can be stressful and difficult for many families. Costs can add up quickly, and if your resident runs out of funds, it can be a hardship for them and your facility. You should know that if the resident is a war-time veteran, spouse of a war-time veteran, or...

What Happens if You Die Without an Idaho Estate Plan?

  • 2 August 2018
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What Happens if You Die Without an Idaho Estate Plan?
You may have heard that having an Idaho estate plan is an integral step as you get older. An estate plan can help protect your assets after you pass and distribute them according to your demands. The legal documentation a part of an estate may seem exhausting, but in the end, it can give you and...

Helping Your Loved One Plan to Age in Place

  • 26 July 2018
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Helping Your Loved One Plan to Age in Place
Aging in place during one’s retirement years is a wonderful thing to be able to do when one can. While ideal for many senior citizens, preparation is in order to ensure your loved one can best succeed staying at home. Staying at home may not be for everyone, but for those it is, there...

Life Estate Can Be a Powerful Planning Tool When Done Correctly

Life Estate Can Be a Powerful Planning Tool When Done Correctly
A majority of individuals’ most important asset is their home, and protecting it is always a priority. In your retirement, though, the threat of huge, unexpected medical bills is a possibility, and expenses like long-term care –which Medicare and other regular health insurance plans...
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