Late in 2014, the ABLE (“Achieving a Better Life Experience”) Act was signed into law. The law is aimed at achieving a manner in which those with special needs can save money without losing needs based public benefits such as SSI or Medicaid . This is an important issue and, perhaps the greatest accomplishment of […]
On May 4 of this year, the Florida legislature passed Senate Bill 670, significantly revising Chapter 709 of the Florida Statutes (the power of attorney statute). This act’s effective date is October 1st of this year.
Here is a link to the CHAPTER 709 WHITE PAPER, which I have found to be very thorough and easy […]
Since the act was passed in March of this year, there has been a great deal of confusion with respect to what the Affordable Care Act actually means for Seniors. I have put together a time line that outlines some of the relevant changes and modifications affecting the Senior population.
March 2010: Insurance companies must now […]