The coronavirus has made it more difficult to qualify for long-term care insurance, but insurers are adapting coverage as care needs change. Find out more in U.S. News & World Report.
The introduction of ABLE accounts is one of the most important developments in special needs planning. These tax-advantaged accounts help people with disabilities build their own savings without jeopardizing their eligibility for government benefits. Find out how families who have children with special needs can make the most of ABLE accounts in U.S. News & World Report.
U.S. News & World Report article about how unemployment benefits are taxed, and what you can do now to avoid a surprise at tax time. Also, how the tax situation is very different for the stimulus payments.
Some insurers are voluntarily waiving cost-sharing for some COVID-19 treatment expenses, and new laws are expanding coverage for COVID-19 tests. There are ways to reduce your costs for COVID-19 testing and care, but you need to keep up with the rules. Find out more in U.S. News & World Report.
Self-employed people can still save for retirement even if they don’t have a job with a 401(k). You usually have two main options: a simplified employee pension (SEP) or a solo 401(k). This U.S. News & World Report article explains how these plans work and strategies to help you make the most of their tax advantages.
The demand for life insurance is up because of the coronavirus, but it’s also complicating the process for getting coverage. The standards are changing daily. Find out more in this article for U.S. News & World Report.
How does business interruption insurance work, and can it help small businesses pay their bills during this difficult time? Learn more in this article for U.S. News & World Report.
Telehealth services are booming because of the coronavirus pandemic, but these virtual doctor’s visits can save you money any time. Telehealth costs a lot less than in-person visits for minor issues, and insurers are expanding coverage for behavioral health and other types of care. Find out more in this U.S. News & World Report article.
New technology and resources make it easier to research and monitor your parents’ care even if you live far away — from U.S. News & World Report.
The coronavirus may have you thinking more about your aging parents and their financial futures. Learn more about the key topics to discuss with your parents, and the legal documents and information you’ll need to help them in this U.S. News & World Report article.
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