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Workforce Opportunities for Seniors

Many older Americans are willing and able to work, however, in April 2020 the unemployment rate for eligible workers 55 and older increased to 13.6 percent. COVID-19 restrictions and associated layoffs account for some unemployment increases, but so does the…

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Property-Guardianship Duties Explained

Imagine your grandfather, Martin is elderly and has deteriorated to a point where he is now unable to make decisions for himself. A court appoints you to be Martin’s guardian of property, to help Martin manage his money. You become…

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Long-Distance Caregiving During the Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic presented a dilemma, how to provide caregiving to the most susceptible to the COVID-19 virus. Family caregivers that use to aid their family directly, now find themselves learning how to be long-distance providers during this pandemic. US…

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Before Retiring, Consider These 6 Factors

The decision to leave full-time employment and retire can have significant consequences on your future financial situation. The transition to your next phase of life, whether full or semi-retirement, adventure-seeking, or family-driven, requires thoughtful planning to avoid needless surprises that…

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Is It Necessary to Have a Trust?

This article will help you decide if a trust suits your particular circumstances. For example, maybe you have a disabled child and you want a trust to permit that child to inherit without losing government benefits. Maybe your own or…

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Plan and Be Prepared For Crisis

Many Americans have been left confused and ill-prepared ever since the coronavirus pandemic started. There are numerous reports of shortages of antibacterial hand sanitizer, disinfecting wipes, and even toilet paper. While we can’t predict when something like COVID-19 might strike,…

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