What Matters Most? Senior Caregivers and the Upcoming Election

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With a tremendously important presidential election just months away, it’s been interesting to read what caregivers of seniors (professional or otherwise) perceive as their primary political concerns and/or issues.

AgingCare.com recently conducted a survey that had a whopping 87% response rate (albeit the names were not randomly selected and advanced internet targeting strategies were most certainly utilized). The questionnaire’s primary focus centered around “serious issues facing America today.” Many of these issues, of course, are currently being kicked ...

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Supplemental Insurance: Necessary or Excessive?

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For many of us, our only connection to the concept of supplemental insurance is an amusing series of commercials featuring a slightly obnoxious, but delightfully quirky duck.

Here’s a real definition: Supplemental insurance is extra or additional insurance you can purchase to help pay for services and out-of-pocket expenses that your primary carrier does not cover. This is especially true in regards to adding an extra layer of protection/coverage to a “standard” Medicare policy.

“Medigap” is the most common type of supplemental ...

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