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When Is The Best Time To Get A Power of Attorney?

Caregiving isn’t just about taking care of your loved one’s physical health. The deeper you get into the caregiving role, the more that realization hits you. If your parent suffers from dementia or another degenerative condition, you might be preparing yourself to cope with the effects on both body and mind. In the event your parent becomes incapacitated, are you prepared to step into a decision-making role? Do you know where essential documents are? Do you know what his or her care preferences are? What are your parent’s thoughts on end-of-life care or life support? These are key topics to discuss with your parents while they'e able to participate in the discussion and make their p

Long-Term Care Benefits for Veterans and Surviving Spouses

Long-term care costs can add up quickly. For veterans and the surviving spouses of veterans who need in-home care or are in a nursing home, help may be available. The Veterans Administration (VA) has an underused pension benefit called Aid and Attendance that provides money to those who need assistance performing everyday tasks. Even veterans whose income is above the legal limit for a VA pension may qualify for the Aid and Attendance benefit if they have large medical expenses for which they do not receive reimbursement. Aid and Attendance is a pension benefit, which means it is available to veterans who served at least 90 days, with at least one day during eligible wartime. The veteran doe

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