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Idaho Elder Law - Paying For Assisted Living

More and more Americans find themselves trying to pay for the cost of Assisted Living for themselves, their spouse or parent. Jeff Anderson of AssistedLiving.com discussed this topin in a recent blog. Appropriately enough it is titled "How to Pay For Assisted Living" and you may find it worth...

Idaho Estate Planning - Life Changes Should Trigger Estate Plan Review

Things change over time. New tax laws, more grandchildren, an aging estate executor ... the list goes on and on. That being said, it's no surprise that a recent explorenews.com article, titled "Six reasons to take a fresh look at your estate plan," recommends that you should review your estate...

Idaho Elder Law - Retirement Fears & Concerns

Retirement is an important part of estate planning. The trick is knowing how much you'll need to save. This is no easy task, especially with so many uncertainties in the later years.As reported in a recent article titled "Overcoming retirement fears" in LifeHealthPro, Legg Mason surveyed 500...

Idaho Elder Law - Helping Parents With Their Financial Planning

You may be taking care of elderly parents now or looking at that possibility in the near future. According to a report from USATODAY/ABCNews/Gallup Poll, 41% of baby boomers are helping take care of elderly parents by providing personal help or financial assistance or both.If financial planning...

Idaho Elder Law - Choosing a Caregiver

Choosing care for your elderly loved one can be challenging. You want to make sure their needs are met and that the care is affordable. This is no easy task with rising health care costs.When it comes to funding long-term care options, why is home health care such an attractive alternative?...
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