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Medicare Part B Premiums Could Be Capped for 2021

11/16
Each year, premiums for Part B Medicare typically increase. The current year plays a part in how much the following year’s increase will be. 2020 has been an especially tricky one with the pandemic. More people utilized services related to... More »

What Types of Long-Term Care Services Does Medicaid Cover in Delaware County | West Chester County | West Chester | Media, Pennsylvania?

11/02
Affording long-term care as you get older is an obvious concern for many senior citizens. Monthly costs at personal care homes or nursing homes can be in the thousands. In-home health care services can be just as expensive. Most people... More »

Crafting a Powerful Financial Power of Attorney in PA

10/27
Once you’ve decided to establish an estate plan, you most often spend much of your time planning your legacy gifts and designing a Will or a Revocable Trust (aka Living Trust). But Estate planning must include other documents such as... More »

Special Needs Estate Planning How Pennsylvania Families Can Hit a Bulls Eye.

10/19
By Linda M. Anderson, JD, LL.M. CELA Estate planning for our special needs family‚Äôs extends way beyond planning the ordinary goals of minimizing taxes and properly distributing assets. For our special needs families, the goal is to build air tight... More »
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Essential Documents in a Pennsylvania Estate Plan

10/12
When people think about putting together an estate plan, they mostly think about drafting a will. While a will is part of an estate plan, there are other documents that you need as well. Failure to create a comprehensive estate... More »
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