Senior financial planning
Concerned about how to "fund" a carer with money to pick-up prescriptions, grocery shop, etc. Do not want to give seniors credit or debit card. Also don't want to provide blank checks or cash. Anyone have any ideas or experience in this area.
“It shouldn’t have to be this hard,” said Kelly, a 55-year-old woman caring for her 89-year-old father with Parkinson’s disease. “After all, my sister and I both love my father. Why can’t we agree on things?” Kelly wanted to respect her father’s wishes to remain in his home... more
My other has so much stuff and can't seem to part with any of it.
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I was planning on letting my other fly alone. I am worried I should travel with her to make sure she is safe.
Planning out how to care for yourself and your loved ones years down the road from now might not be the most pleasant thing to think about, but laying out plans for long-term care could pay dividends both in terms of costs saved and peace of mind. Long-term care refers to the different kinds... more
I'm worried about my mother flying. I am worried about dehydration. Are there other things I should be concerned about?
Most of us know that we should have a will — it's just a matter of getting around to doing it. Regardless of the size of your estate, it’s time to stop procrastinating and give some serious thought to what you want to happen to your assets—and your minor children... more