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Be considerate, but smart about your money as there are pitfalls to caregiving. Make a budget with what you can and can't afford, stick to it.
With a little ingenuity and these seven do-it-yourself tricks, you can turn common household items into time- and money-saving tools that make it easier to care for yourself and your loved ones.
According to the Caregiver Action Network, more than 90 million Americans care for a loved one living with a disability, disease or experiencing reduced financial capability as a result of aging. Fina
Caregiver tag team: If you’re having trouble finding affordable care for your elder, start a care exchange with another family caregiver who lives near you.
It sometimes seems that people are more comfortable talking about sex than money. Every family has unspoken rules and expectations about how they deal with money: how to save, how to spend, who has co
Home health care service can really help when you’re trying to take care of an elderly family member. In home health care can be the difference between staying in your own home and going to a nursing
Fit out-of-pocket expenses in your budget, if you’d like, but don’t take anything out of your own retirement savings
Talking with aging parents about finances and power of attorney (POA) before there is a health crisis is essential.
A new Merrill Lynch report reveals the stresses family caregivers face
What do you need to know about a loved one's finances to make sure they're getting the best senior care possible? Pennsylvania Agency of Nurses discusses.
When you're acting as a caregiver for an aging loved one, discussing finances can be essential to ensure your family members are on the same page.
I remember when I was first tasked with figuring how the finances would work for our family to assist with caregiving. Social Security, Medicare, Long Term Care; the reality was daunting. I didn’t …
Caregiving is a stressful endeavor, mentally, physically, and financially. Caregivers often end up cutting back on their work hours or leaving their jobs entirely in order to provide care for an aging
Despite great advances in medical care, humans still have a 100% mortality rate. Yet fewer than 30% of adults do any end-of-life planning: wills or trusts, advance medical directives and pre-need fune