Make It Last – Ep 152 – Cozy with Healthcare

Listen Here! This week on Make It Last Victor explains the importance of utilizing your financial advisor (in hand with your Accountant) to proactively do your tax planning. Let’s get familiar with healthcare. Most people are unfamiliar with the ins and outs of healthcare in retirement. Not to worry! Victor will give you the full breakdown […]

Make It Last – Ep 141 – The Go-Go, Slow-Go, & No-Go Years

Listen Here! This week on Make It Last, Mark and Victor discuss financial literacy and how the education system has failed in teaching it. Then, Victor goes on to discuss the challenges behind guiding his clients through their estate planning and the three stages of life -the Go-Go Years, the Slow-Go years, and the No-Go […]

Choosing Someone to Help with Home Care

While the majority of questions about family caregiving are extremely complicated, the question of whether or not every home care agency and the people working for them are alike is one of the few that can be answered with a yes or no. There are two primary types of home care services that insurance companies […]

The Importance of Planning Ahead After an Alzheimer’s Diagnosis

If you have begun to notice that a loved one is showing the signs of being afflicted by Alzheimer’s or another type of cognitive dementia, you need to consult with an estate planning attorney as soon as possible. One of the most important elements of planning ahead with Alzheimer’s has to do with time, whether […]

Tips for Choosing an Elderly Caregiver

Determining that your family member is in need of additional assistance in the form of a caregiver can be extremely overwhelming, particularly if you have the desire to assist your loved one but do not have the means or the time to dedicate to this effort. More than 41 million Americans have chronic health conditions […]

One Upside of Aging: No More Cancer Screenings!

Did you know that many elderly Americans might not need cancer screenings? As it turns out, that’s something many of them don’t know either. The Orlando Sentinel is calling seniors’ attention to that fact, offering it as a sort of silver lining for those who are concerned about the mounting health challenges of old age. […]

Robin Williams Suffered from Dementia, Not Depression

When superstar Robin Williams passed away last year, it was widely reported that the actor had claimed his own life, having lost his long battle with depression and substance abuse. Now, CNN reports, his wife has come forward to correct the record: it was actually dementia that is to blame. Even family members and close […]