Archive for May, 2012

3 Things to Know about Senior Living Regulations and Laws

A variety of laws and regulations are set forth by each state in the US which are there to protect residents of senior living communities. Whether it is a nursing facility, assisted living, or independent living senior community; it should abide …

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Disability Insurance and Senior Community Living

Disability insurance comes in many forms, such as from social security, private disability insurance policies, worker’s compensation, or group disability insurance. Some types are only valid until you reach 65 years old, while others continue after retirement age. Disability insurance provides monetary benefits to individuals …

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Four Financial Options for Baby Boomers Facing Retirement Costs

Baby boomers, or individuals born between 1946 and 1964, are beginning to reach the age of retirement and therefore considering their next steps, such as housing options and financial agendas. Whether they worked hard to build a savings or not, baby boomers will discover a …

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Three Things to Know About Health Savings Accounts

Many employers offering medical insurance and other benefits to their employees are including a health savings account as part of the complete benefits package options. A health savings account (HSA) is a tax advantaged account with contributed funds that the employee volunteers to add to the account, for use at a later date for certain …

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