The recent tragedy in which nine Florida nursing home residents died when the nursing home lost power during Hurricane Irma is causing government officials to rethink disaster planning.
What happens if you are a high-income Medicare beneficiary who is paying a surcharge on your premiums and then your income changes? If your circumstances change, you can reverse those surcharges.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development has announced changes to the federal reverse mortgage program that will raise reverse mortgage fees for some borrowers and lower the amount homeowners can borrow.
Grandparents may be tempted to leave an IRA to a grandchild because children have a low tax rate, but the “kiddie tax” could make doing this less beneficial.
The Veteran’s Administration will soon begin enforcing new regulations that make it harder to qualify for Aid and Attendance benefits.
A new book suggests that planning for elder care and a loved one's death are especially important for today's complex modern families.
When your child reaches the age of 18, you no longer have the same level of access to or authority over his or her financial, educational and medical information. You may even be unable to get medical updates in the event your child is unable to communicate.