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What Health Care in the United States May Look Like in the Future

What Health Care in the United States May Look Like in the Future According to president-elect Donald Trump, Americans have suffered under the weight of a massive economic burden brought about by the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Apparently the Affordable Care

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Moving to a New State When You Have a Family Member with a Disability

Moving to another state is a big undertaking for any family, but it can be particularly complicated when a family member has a disability. The secrets to a successful transition are advance planning and a backup plan in case of

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How to deal with an early retirement that was not planned

Although most people plan to work until they reach their full retirement age of 66, or 67 if you were born after 1942, some workers find themselves without work at an age when it is challenging to find another job,

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How to deal with an early retirement that was not planned

Although most people plan to work until they reach their full retirement age of 66, or 67 if you were born after 1942, some workers find themselves without work at an age when it is challenging to find another job,

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USING SETTLEMENT PROTECTION TRUSTS IN PERSONAL INJURY CASES

by Thomas D. Begley, Jr., CELA Settlement Protection Trusts can be very useful tools in the settlement of a personal injury case. A Settlement Protection Trust is very flexible. However, it cannot be used where an individual is receiving means-tested

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The Future of Medicare and Medicaid 50 Years from Now

50 Years: What is the Future of Medicare and Medicaid? Fifty years ago, Medicare and Medicaid became the latest and greatest entitlement signed into law. Lyndon B. Johnson did the honors July 30, 1965, with past Democrat president Harry S

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The Future of Medicare and Medicaid 50 Years from Now

50 Years: What is the Future of Medicare and Medicaid? Fifty years ago, Medicare and Medicaid became the latest and greatest entitlement signed into law. Lyndon B. Johnson did the honors July 30, 1965, with past Democrat president Harry S

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Durable Powers of Attorney Can Help Smooth Transitions for Elder Care in 2015

Durable Powers of Attorney There is a need in all of us to nurture our parents as they become older. We make decisions regarding where they will live – whether in their own home, with you or in an elder

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What Household Employees Should Know About the Affordable Care Act

By Tom Breedlove, HomePay by Breedlove Nannies, senior caregivers, housekeepers and other in-home providers are in a unique situation compared to most employees. They don’t work for a large company with a Human Resources department looking out for their best

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THE IMPORTANCE OF A FINANCIAL ANALYSIS TO DETERMINE IF A SPECIAL NEEDS TRUST IS REQUIRED IN A PERSONAL INJURY CASE

[This article was originally printed in the Barrister, a publication of the Camden County Bar Association in September, 2014.] THE IMPORTANCE OF A FINANCIAL ANALYSIS TO DETERMINE IF A SPECIAL NEEDS TRUST IS REQUIRED IN A PERSONAL INJURY CASE by

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