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  • Can the Elderly Stop Paying Credit Cards & Debts? Seniors' credit card debt accounts for 43% of older households, according to a survey from The Senior Citizens League. Can the elderly stop paying credit card debt? In this post, we will review what you need to know about elderly credit card debt, including steps in debt ... Continue Reading
  • What to do When an Elderly Parent Runs Out of Money For almost anyone with aging parents, it’s natural to have concerns over their financial future. And it can be stressful to figure out how to handle these kinds of situations, especially if you have to determine what to do when an elderly parent runs out of money. But taking ... Continue Reading
  • Medicare Forms, Claims, and Appeals Future and current beneficiaries with Medicare health insurance should be familiar with the many Medicare forms. Enrolling in Part A and understanding how to make appeals and file claims is something all beneficiaries should know. Once you find the form, filling it out is ... Continue Reading
  • A Complete Guide to Medicare in 2020 Everyone knows change is constant with Medicare. It comes as no surprise that the year 2020 is bringing new policy changes that impact all current and future Medicare beneficiaries. It’s important to keep members in the loop when Medicare makes changes. The new year and new ... Continue Reading
  • The Average Cost of Hospice and Palliative Care When it comes time to consider hospice and palliative care, one of the options to weigh must be the cost. The cost of end-of-life care can be expensive, so it is important to have some information upfront when making decisions. Below we will cover the average cost of hospice ... Continue Reading
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