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Does Bacon Cause Dementia?

The equivalent of a rasher of bacon per day may increase the risk of dementia, a new study suggests.

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What are the Big Tax Penalties to Avoid in Retirement?

Protecting a nest egg is tough enough. Don’t make the situation far worse.

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What Is Private Duty Care?

My 88-year-old mother-in-law is going to move in with us. She needs help with some things and I’m not sure I can handle it. My neighbor mentioned private duty care?

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Should I Name a Living Trust Beneficiary of a Roth IRA?

Can a living trust be the beneficiary of a Roth IRA?

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Have Estate Planning Conversations with Aging Parents

Nearly half of working-age Americans assume that they will receive an inheritance that will support them later in life, according to a survey by the financial services company HSBC.

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What Factors Besides Age Increases Risk from COVID-19?

Age is the prime predictor of COVID-19 risk, but another factor isn’t far behind.

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Proposed Law may Change System of Home and Community Services

Work is underway on legislation that could fundamentally transform the nation’s system of home- and community-based services, eliminating waiting lists and allowing people with disabilities to move across state lines without forfeiting critical services and supports.

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Why Is Family of a Texas Governor Fighting over His Estate?

The Kate Marmion Charitable Foundation, an entity created to support people and programs in Uvalde and South Texas, has become ensnared in a lawsuit involving the family of the late former Gov. Dolph Briscoe Jr.

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Estate Planning Lessons from Celebrity Nightmares

The press has made much of the handwritten will that Larry King executed in the months before he died and in which he purports to change his prior will executed in 2015, to leave his estate equally between his children.

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Can I Revoke a Power of Attorney?

You don’t actually appoint someone power of attorney (POA). A POA is a document that you execute that allows someone to act on your behalf.

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