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How to Appeal a Medicare Prescription Drug Denial

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If your Medicare drug plan denies coverage for a drug you need, you don’t have to simply accept it. There ...

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Choosing Retirement Account Beneficiaries Requires Some Thought

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While the execution of wills requires formalities like witnesses and a notary, the reality is that most property passes to ...

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If We Want to Make Changes to Our Will, Do We Have to Use the Same Attorney Who Drafted It?

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Question: My wife and I drafted our wills with an attorney when our two children were young. We would now ...

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Dealing with Retirement Accounts in Crisis Planning

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Thank you to our guest blogger Thomas Krause, of Krause Financial Services, for leading this conversation on dealing with retirement ...

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Proving That a Transfer Was Not Made in Order to Qualify for Medicaid

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Medicaid law imposes a penalty period if you transferred assets within five years of applying, but what if the transfers ...

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When a Guardian Is Appointed, Is the Spouse’s Income Protected?

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Question:  What happens to the spouse when a guardian is appointed? Specifically, my mother can no longer care for my ...

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