Living

Tim Golden, BrightStar Care

The most common reason people call my office seeking in-home care is that the caller is responsible for a loved one suffering from dementia and that loved one can’t be left alone. One of the most important things we can ask when dealing with loved ones as they age is “what are the early warning signs of dementia?”

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Jonathan Howe

In life, we all feel like we have been cheated at times. We do not always get what we think we deserve. When this happens, we can suffer from resentment.

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Most people simply select a policy for homeowner’s insurance quickly when they are in the process of buying a home. With everything else that is going on at the time, homeowner’s insurance seems like just one more thing to sign off on and move on. Plenty of errors can slip through the cracks if you don’t take your time when shopping for homeowner’s insurance.

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Ginger Kilman

Spring marks the official start to the home-buying season. Whether you’re looking to expand or downsize, it is a great time to take advantage of the low-interest rates and the favorable housing market. But, before you take your first home tour or make any type of offer, here are a few reasons to speak to your banker first:

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You don’t necessarily create a trust and just forget about it. You may revise a revocable trust whenever your circumstances change. Perhaps you want to add a beneficiary. A trust can be revoked or amended at any time as long as you, its creator, are mentally competent. Having an updated trust will reduce the chances that your property will pass through probate.

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