Memory Care Requires Financial Preparation

Have you noticed that yourelderly loved one is having “memory” problems? If yes, what should you do,especially when it comes to financial matters? Preparation is key.A recent article in Forbes considered these question andothers. The article, titled “Is Your Aging Loved One "LosingIt"?...

Caring for Our Parents - Complex Family Dynamics

The American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy states that "more than ever before, families are providing long-term care to older adults with limitations in the ability to perform tasks necessary for independent living. Nearly 25% of American households are providing care to people age...

Caring for Elderly Parents in Idaho's Blended Families

Today’s “modern family” can makegood material for divorce courts and sitcoms alike, but it’s also becomingclear that there is a new family crisis brewing in elder care within these blendedfamilies. A New Old Age Blog article titled“In Blended Families,Responsibility Blurs” addresses...

You Can Still Have Asset Protection in Idaho

Plans are made with the intentto put them into action in the future (if necessary). Asset protection planningis no different, although many people attempt this type of planning entirelytoo late. A recent Forbes article is a good reminder that asset protection is likefire insurance – the best...

Tax Breaks Help Idaho Families Care For Their Parents

It’s that time again – Uncle Sam is knocking on your door and ready tocollect taxes. If you have been caring for an elderly parent, you may find thatUncle Sam can actually help with some of those care costs through favorable taxtreatment. How, you ask? Depending upon your circumstances, you...
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