Long-Term Care

A Medicare pilot program raises questions about care…

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Long term care insurance

In this September 2017 Washington Post article (link below), the writer shares the story about a Medicare pilot program after his 90 year old mother fell, and the resulting hospital and rehabilitation facility experience. The writer legitimately questions whether the hospital and rehabilitation facility fast tracked his mother who, suffering from dementia, wasn’t progressing quickly […]

Long-Term Care

Questions to ask your doctor.

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My thoughts on some of the six excellent questions Elizabeth Rosenthal, author of “An American Sickness,” suggests you should ask at every doctor’s appointment to make sure your medical bills are what you expect. Question #1. How much will this cost?  Your provider’s office staff will know the fee a procedure, or series of procedures are billed […]

Insurance

Informational Guides to Medicare

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Download your own copy of these informational guides from Medicare Made Clear. Do you have additional questions about Medicare? There’s a guide for that! The comprehensive Show Me Guide and the other resources listed below can help. http://www.medicaremadeclear.com/information/medicare-guides Contact me with any questions: http://www.myuhcagent.com/daniel.alcorn

Long-Term Care

Family Caregivers Kit: 9 Free Publications

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Manage a loved one’s finances and health care with knowledge and confidence. The Family Caregivers Kit is a collection of publications that help you understand your duties as an agent under a power of attorney, keep track of medications, protect your loved ones from scams, and more.   PUBLICATIONS FEATURED IN THE FREE FAMILY CAREGIVERS KIT […]

Business Continuation

Buy-Sell Agreements Funded with Life Insurance

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Introduction: A Buy-Sell / Business Continuation Sell agreement should be considered in every closely held business. This agreement defines the disposition of an owner’s interest in the business upon the specific triggering event such as a partner’s death, disability, retirement or other termination.  This is especially important when the owners want the business to stay […]