Elder Law News

21 Nov

Clients worry the tax legislation could ax Medical Expenses deduction

By elderlawAsset Protection, Estate Planning, Health, Probate | Estate Administration, Taxes

Some of our long-time Browning & Meyer clients worry the tax legislation before Congress could become a tax increase. Specifically, they’re concerned with the potential loss of the Medical Expenses deduction on their federal taxes. As they should be. The impact on senior couples could be huge. Many older couples use the Medical Expenses deduction

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09 Nov

Family Caregivers rightfully celebrated in November

By elderlawClient newsletter, Elder Law, Estate Planning, Guardianship, Health, Probate | Estate Administration, Social Security

As the holiday season rapidly approaches, this month reminds us of a certain admirable class of people we see all the time in our practice at Browning & Meyer Co., LPA: Family Caregivers. November is celebrated as National Family Caregivers Month. An estimated 90 million Americans number in this group, providing “care for loved ones

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17 Oct

Open Enrollment: Medicare decisions time

By elderlawUncategorized

The 2017 Medicare Open Enrollment period began Sunday and lasts through Dec. 7. This is the time for Medicare enrollees to review their coverage and weigh options. Were your health coverage needs met this year by your existing plan? Did shortfalls or gaps in coverage present problems? Are other plans better suited? Now is the

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