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The ABLE Act Helps Those With Special Needs

The Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Act was signed into law in December of 2014. The purpose of the Act was to provide individuals and families the ability to finance disability needs tax-free. The savings vehicle provided by the ABLE Act is similar to the 529 education savings plan. The ABLE Act allows families to save up to $100,000 in a special account to pay for disability-related care without risking eligibility for benefits such as Medicaid or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) because these assets aren’t counted towards the need-based asset thresholds for these programs. To be eligible for an ABLE account, the beneficiary must be someone who had an onset of a disability befo

Top 3 Reasons Veterans Should Have A Professional Advocate

The number of sad stories of veterans’ benefits getting tied up in the system is not only sad but startling. A quick internet search can lead to story after story of veterans who have struggled to receive the benefits that are owed to them. Robert DiCicco spent his final years battling through the red tape to get his benefits and pay for the bills to his assisted living facility. The sad part is he didn’t live to see it. The benefits he was owed did come through ten days after his death, but they were taken back by the Veteran’s Administration. The DiCicco family had to begin again as his wife was left to fight for the benefits as his beneficiary. The unfortunate part is that these stories a

Tips To Prevent Elder Abuse

Stopping elder abuse is only possible after you first learn to recognize the signs. Discover how you can help prevent abuse to the elderly. Elder abuse can include physical or sexual abuse, financial exploitation, emotional or psychological abuse (including verbal abuse and threats) or abandonment. Significantly, it can also include the idea of neglect. According to most data, simple neglect and the powerful negative effect of that neglect is the most common type of abuse to the elderly. It’s a sobering thought, the idea that the absence of any action can be in itself so harmful to someone. Use these 10 tips to prevent abuse to the elderly: 1. Call or visit an elderly loved one or family fri

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