Save Now Pay Later

Many websites offer customized, do-it-yourself Wills and other Estate planning documents.  Although such products are convenient, using them could create SERIOUS and EXPENSIVE legal problems for heirs. These digital services appear to offer a cost-effective and easy alternative to Continue reading

Let’s Get To Work

With campus doors opening back up some new guidelines may be of assistance to students. Supplemental Security Income (SSI) recipients are typically subject to strict income limits, but recipients under age 22 who are students may be able to earn significantly more without jeopardizing Continue reading

Let’s Talk Disabled Beneficiaries

Just before the end of 2019, Congress passed and the President signed a spending bill that includes significant changes to retirement savings accounts. Known as the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act, this legislation changes rules around retirement Continue reading

Sweet Home Security

Our last elder advice post for elder law month has sadly come. Hope everyone has enjoyed the information & that it is useful to you & your loved ones.

The federal government has expanded access to protections for spouses of reverse mortgage holders who are not named in the loan document, Continue reading

Retirement Head Start

Imagine yourself waking up one day brushing your teeth washing your face and getting ready for your day. Right before you head into work you decide to stop at a local gas station to fill up and grab a cup of coffee. As you’re in the checkout line you notice some scratch offs, you’re Continue reading

Keeping Your 40 Acres & Mule Part 2

Earlier this month, I shared that I was deeply, deeply, deeply concerned about some of the statistics regarding African American Wealth. Sadly, the wealth gap in America between African Americans and other races continues to grow, and is only projected to get worse. Last week, I told Continue reading

Keeping Your 40 Acres & Mule

So, in the month of January, affectionately renamed ‘I Kicked My Full-Time Gig & Am Now Retired’ month, we provided a number of retirement tips geared towards those who were newly retired, and applying for Social Security Retirement Benefits for the first time in 2019. This month, Continue reading

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