6 Things You Didn’t Know About Long Term Care Insurance

6 Things You Didn’t Know About Long-Term Care Insurance

If you are still procrastinating about getting long term care insurance” please don’t wait until its too late to qualify. Some carriers will only take applications until age 72 or 74 and by then they are very expensive. This article below was written in 2015 by Brian Vestergaard. Read the original here here. However, within […]
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Understanding Your Medical Bill

Everyone knows the feeling of dread that creeps up when a medical bill arrives in the mail. It’s never cheap, and oftentimes it’s full of mistakes! Statistics show that up to 80% of medical bills can contain errors. So how can we avoid paying too much? Request an Itemized Medical Bill Medical bills generally show […]
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Social Security and When to Take It?

Over 62% of retired workers rely on Social Security for more than half of their monthly income! Your working income for at least 35 years will determine how much Social Security will pay each month at retirement. At full retirement age, seniors can collect all of their monthly payout, whereas those who choose to take […]
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5 Ways to Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease is scary, difficult, upsetting and many more things. What it is not, is totally preventable or curable. While the FDA and Pharma companies argue whether new drugs can or cannot cure and prevent the disease, it’s important to focus on the small things you can do every day to keep your brain in tip top shape!
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Doctors Discover Anti-Breast Cancer Diet

Mediterranean foods may reduce your breast cancer risk Reprinted from Headline Health, October 26, 2018 HealthLine – Like your gut, the breast has a microbiome, and a new study shows it can be directly influenced by what you eat. And, like the gut microbiome, it can be affected by diet, according to researchers at Wake […]
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