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The Connection Between Labor Day and Long Term Care Planning

As most of us are relaxing and enjoying a day off from our “labors,” I began to think about the connection between Labor Day and LTC planning. All of our lives (at least most of us) we work. Hopefully, we … Continue reading

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Fighting for Independence- July 4th, 2010

As we celebrate our country’s Independence Day, it occurs to me how important independence is when it relates to caring for a loved one.  We are part of a country that values independence. Whether it is in the story of … Continue reading

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“Devotion Dilemma”

I came across this article in the Arizona Republic this week regarding an elderly wife caring for her ailing husband.  It is reminiscent of countless stories I have heard…and reflects the challenges spouses/partners face in these types of situations.  Is it worth the risk of one’s own … Continue reading

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I own a long term care insurance agency and every day I meet with people to discuss the need for long term care planning and financial products. I get to hear their stories. This blog is about their stories of … Continue reading

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