Veteran's Planning - Idaho Estate Planning

Medicare Coverage Skilled Nursing Qualifications May Be Eased

Medicare may be opening thedoors to many who previously had been turned away and left without coverage forhome health care, nursing home stays and outpatient therapies on the basis of aless than positive “improvement” prognosis. This change of course may actuallybe the result of a nationwide...

Long Term Care Planning Options in Idaho

I came across another very informative and thought provoking article on Long Term Care Planning. The Huffington Post recently published "Never Too Early to Review Long-Term Care Options" by Wm. Scott Page. Mr. Page brings up some good points and offers some possible solutions including Long Term...

Wounded Idaho Veteran Gets a Little Color in His Life

Nicholas DeNinno was in the 1st Infantry Division, Fourth Brigade, 2-16 Infantry in Fort Riley, Kansas. His brigade was one of the first deployed to Iraq during the surge in 2007. After getting wounded he received a medical retirement in January 2012, and the family moved to Boise. His house was...

Estate Tax Frenzy Hits Idaho

We have discussed the coming changes to the Estate Tax especially as it pertains to gifting in many blogs. On Saturday the Idaho Statesman shared another article worthy of your review. You can find it here.If you are considering using some of the estate tax planning issues covered in the article...

Gun Trusts in Boise Idaho

Do you have any firearms thatare collectible and likely expensive? Do you have any firearms that are subjectto federal regulations on ownership and use? If yes, then careful planning maybe required to avoid running afoul of tax and regulatory laws upon yourincapacity or death.Planning to give...
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