Category: Elder Care Crises Issues:

July 10, 2017 admin

Alzheimer’s Disease vs Age Related Memory Loss There was a recent article discussing Nobel Prize-winning Professor Eric Kandel’s 50+ years of research on the topic of memory loss and Alzheimer’s Disease. It described how, while some of the newer medications are making a difference, they are often less effective because they are not used until…

January 2, 2017 admin

Affordable Care Act:  Impact on Older Adults Repealing The Affordable Care Act Will Not Only Affect the Young One of President-elect’s Donald Trump’s campaign promises was to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA), aka Obamacare, and Republicans in Congress have vowed to make the repeal one of their first acts in the new term. While…

October 30, 2015 admin

Understanding Your Social Security Benefits Two popular social security claiming strategies will be gone if the bi-partisan budget now being proposed is signed into law by the President. File and Suspend Under this strategy, a higher earner at full retirement age (currently 66) can claim his benefit, enabling his lower-earning spouse to claim a spousal…

August 25, 2015 admin

This is a tricky question because every power of attorney is different and therein lies the confusion.  There are two types of triggers for an agent under a power of attorney to be authorized to start acting for the principal.  The first is a Springing Power of Attorney.  In this type of instrument there is…