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This Week’s Topic: Spend down: Fact, Fiction or Bert and Ernie
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Every day thousands of folks who thought it would never happen to them begin a new journey: taking care of a loved one who can no longer take care of him or herself. Preserving the safety and dignity of our aging family members in a sustainable fashion should always be the priority, but these situations invariably present both emotional and financial challenges. When faced with these circumstances, options can include in-home care, assisted living, board and care or even a nursing home. With costs running as high as $8,000-10,000 per month or more for most of these services, there is cause for concern and plenty of incentive to prepare. For over 20 years, Bob Scrivano and Assets and Aging have been solving the problems that come with aging. It is very simple: no one needs to lose their hard-earned savings or estate to the cost of long-term care. No one needs to spend down before they can get financial help. No one needs to lose their home simply because they were in need of care. Thanks for stopping by. Feel free to call us anytime. We hope you’ll find this site helpful.
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August 28, 2016 “Spend-Down, Look-Back and Other Tall Tales”
August 21, 2016 “Sitting On A Lily Pad”
August 7, 2016 “Medi-Cal Admits Seniors Not Entitled to Keep Assets”
July 31, 2016 “Help Is On The Way”
July 24, 2016
July 17, 2016
July 20: Alzheimer’s at Age 3
July 13: Can I Double My Money In A Year?
July 6: New Veterans Regulations
June 29: What Will You Do When Medi-Cal Ends?
June 22: State Re-enforces Death Tax for Seniors
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