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Monday, 17 December 2012 17:14
"Guide to Long Term Care Planning" is a new online resource developed by the National Care Planning Council for use by the public and to support the Long Term Care Consumer Awareness Campaign from the Department of Health and Human Services.

This free, noncommercial source of information is the largest and most comprehensive work on long term care planning ever produced. This public-service, online publication contains over 670 printable pages including 96 charts and graphs. It is written by...

Monday, 17 December 2012 16:14
Life insurance and annuities are useful products that help solve problems with the estates of elderly long term care recipients. We discuss below a number of situations where these insurance products are used to rescue assets from long term care costs, reduce or eliminate taxes, protect the lifestyle of the healthy spouse and increase inheritances for the family.

Deferred Annuities Provide Tax Advantages and Potentially Better Earnings
The appeal of deferred annuities is the deferral of...

Monday, 17 December 2012 15:14
Chronic stress can be dangerous to the life and health of caregivers. But it isn't just just caregivers who experience chronic stress. The following information and advice can apply to anyone who experiences constant stress over many years. A recent article can be found at Caregiving Stress.

Over the years, scientists have devised a simple blood test to measure stress. They measure the level of IL-6 (Interleuken 6), one of the immune system proteins produced by the stress response. If a person...

Monday, 17 December 2012 14:13
In many cultures in the world, elderly people are revered and their advice is sought and respected. In our culture, the wisdom, the knowledge and the social skills of the elderly are often overlooked and instead we focus on the mental and physical deficits of our older generation.

Because of this prevailing attitude, older people in our society are generally regarded as less valuable than younger people. The younger person has responsibilities of raising a family, maintaining a career and...

Monday, 17 December 2012 13:13
Going through a divorce is very traumatic. There can be hard feelings. There are dozens of difficult decisions to be made and papers to be signed. It creates a serious disruption of your life and it may take you some time to recover. During this time of trauma and disturbance some things may be overlooked. Tragically, one of those often overlooked details is your estate plan.

Your estate plan is meant to keep you in control of your finances and healthcare during times of mental incapacity...

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