Financial Plans for Long-Term Care

Made by: Joe Duke Category: Education, Families, Finances

Last week, we published an article that discussed planning for the future. One of the major questions about care is the financial plan. A quick search will show you that there are many plans for financing your loved one’s care, but what do they all mean? Below, we will give you a helpful overview of the…

How Do I Pay For My Parent’s (Senior) Care?

Made by: Jake Category: Families, Finances

The senior care world is full of change, emotion, and confusing acronyms (SNF’s, ALF’s, CNA’s, and POC’s). One of the more difficult questions to answer is- how am I going to pay for this? Here are several ways you can finance care: Medicare– A federal health insurance program, Medicare is designed provide short-term care for…

How do I pay for Care?

Made by: Jake Category: Families, Finances

Paying for health care can be daunting, particularly when it seems like it will be a perpetual cost. Retirement homes often cost upwards of $3,000 per month, and don’t offer any care. Assisted Living communities usually average $4,000 per month, and the average stay is around 2 years. That works out to almost $100,000. Nursing…

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