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Beyond the financial considerations of owning a home, buying one can become a source of conflict for your family. Who should get your home if you and your spouse die unexpectedly?
The LGBT Community is bracing itself under the new Trump Administration. It’s not a time to panic, but it is time for members of the community to get their houses in order.
Did you know that the cost of nursing home care in North Carolina ranges between $5,000 to $10,000 a month? That’s a lot of zeroes. After the sticker shock wears off, it’s time to think about how to plan for long term care – since statistics show the majority of us will need it at some point in our lives. The question is: How to pay for it?
Jeff speaks with Elizabeth Gholson of IPA Family about Open Enrollment, which runs from November 1, 2015 through January 31, 2016.
Jeff speaks with Wendy Partin, the Executive Director of the White Plains Children’s Center in Cary about identifying children who may have developmental issues.
Often times an older person is going to try to hide what their needs are going to be, so it is important to look for tell-tale signs. Jeff speaks to Anne Browning from Homewatch CareGivers about what to watch for.