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Starting The New Year Off In A Positive Way

We are into the new year and have possibly made resolutions to improve certain aspects of our lives in one [...]

Why Do I Have To Pay Taxes?

HAPPY NEW YEAR! Thoughts of a new year also bring thoughts of taxes.  So much for the festive holidays when [...]

Medical Equipment Scams

There have been so many fraudulent claims to Medicare for durable medical equipment (DME) — wheelchairs, walkers, braces and other [...]

Fiduciary Compensation

In past BLOGS, we have been focusing on estate planning.  You have made some big decisions or have at least [...]

Individuals with Significant Tax Debt Should Act Promptly to Avoid Revocation of Passports

The Internal Revenue Service today urged taxpayers to resolve their significant tax debts to avoid putting their passports in jeopardy. [...]

Common Estate Planning Mistakes

You have decided you need to think about your estate planning.  You want to avoid making mistakes.  Of course, the [...]

Long Term Care Insurance

Americans are living longer.  It is predicted that approximately 70% of individuals over the age of 65 will be unable [...]

Financial Elder Abuse

Do you have a family member who needs help and you have hired someone who comes into the home periodically [...]

Medicare Fraud

Medicare and its more than 60 million beneficiaries are under attack from scammers who want to disrupt the program. Their [...]

The Modern Family and Estate Planning

Families have changed throughout the years due to divorces, second marriages, blended families, same sex marriages, single parents, cohabitating couples, [...]

Avoiding Common Medicare Mistakes – Part 3

In this final blog about Medicare, we will discuss some highlights regarding prescription drug coverage.  Check your plan for Part [...]

Avoiding Common Medicare Mistakes – Part 2

Last week, we talked about enrollment periods and what happens if you fail to enroll at a specified time.  This [...]

Avoiding Common Medicare Mistakes

Medicare open enrollment is upon us.  It can be a daunting time with choices to be made.  Choosing the best [...]

Estate Planning – Who Is On Your Team?

When you say “estate planning”, many people think of going to an attorney and having their Last Will and Testament [...]

The Right To Die Legislation

New Jersey recently enacted the right to die or assisted suicide legislation as the eighth jurisdiction in the U.S. to [...]