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Vets’ benefits: Medicare versus VA

May 8th, 2020 | By

For military veterans who are approaching Medicare eligibility or are new to Medicare, it might be confusing to know the difference between your VA benefits and Medicare benefits. Let’s set the record straight on four common misperceptions about veterans and Medicare. Myth 1: My health coverage is covered by the VA, so I don’t need
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Managing Social Security benefits for a loved one

Mar 11th, 2020 | By
Managing Social Security benefits for a loved one

The aged and people with disabilities may need extra assistance to manage their finances. If you have a loved one who needs your help, you may be able to become a representative payee who receives the beneficiary’s payments and is given the authority to manage them on the beneficiary’s behalf. We recognize that turning someone’s
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Tour of communities explores senior living

Mar 2nd, 2020 | By

Are you thinking about moving into a retirement community but just don’t know where to start looking or even what questions to ask? During the past six years, five Tacoma senior living communities have hosted a combined senior living tour and toured over 1,000 seniors that had questions about senior living just like you. The
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Saving doesn’t have to interfere with living

Feb 20th, 2020 | By

Mary and Pete saved every penny for retirement.  They never went on vacations, they rarely went out to eat, and they lived a frugal lifestyle secure in the knowledge that when they retired, they would be able to live comfortably. In short, they worried so much about retirement that they forgot to experience all that
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