“Blindness cuts us off from things, but deafness cuts us off from people.” Helen Keller
Last week on the AgingOptions radio program, Rajiv Nagaich, elder law attorney and several callers to the show discussed Social Security benefits for minor children if the parent (or in some cases the grandparent) of a child is collecting Social Security. Here’s the Social Security posting about that benefit. Here is the original story that I posted about families…
What’s in a name? There’s power in a name but according to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) there’s also confusion if your name has anything to do with dozens of special designations for financial advisors who work specifically with seniors.
When you first moved out of your parents’ home you may have lived in an apartment or lived with roommates. The point is, wherever you lived you didn’t live in the house you lived in when you eventually got married and if you are like most Americans, that wasn’t the house that you lived in…
Rajiv Nagaich, a Federal Way based elder law attorney frequently asks clients and listeners to his radio show that if it made sense for them to hire a pediatrician for their children’s health doesn’t it make sense to hire a geriatrician for the health of a geriatric?
Usually wealth transfer goes down the generations, meaning that the older generations transfer wealth to younger generations. But the longer life the majority of our elders are living today means that a significant portion of them will outlive the resources they’ve set aside.
On Wednesday, President Obama proposed his 2014 budget. It’s got something for everyone to hate.
My mom harped on my posture when I was a kid. There were times when I spent nearly as much time wearing an encyclopedia on my head as I did reading it (I was a weird kid and I loved reading encyclopedias).