Planning for Long-Term Care

It’s a fact: People today are living longer. Although that’s good news, the odds of requiring some sort of long-term care increases as you get older. According to the American Association of Home and Services for the Aging, approximately 70% of people will need some form of long-term care after age 65. And as the costs of home care, nursing…

What to Shred and What to Keep

The Bureau of Justice Statistics reported an estimated 17.6 million United States citizens were victims of identity fraud in 2014. From 2012 to 2014, there was a 24% increase in the amount of identity fraud victims over the age of 55. Of the 85% of Americans who were not reported victims of identity fraud, 68% of those people shredded their…

Mortgage Advice From the Experts

Purchasing a home is the single most important investment you will ever make in your lifetime. Whether it is your first home, an investment property, or even a second home, you want the best service during the purchasing process. Your home is where your families’ story begins. When making the decision to purchase a home, you have the option to…