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Medicaid Crisis Planning Seminar – Thursday, February 25th from 5:30pm to 7:00pm

February 16th, 2016 (No Comments)

We’ve been talking about Medicaid crisis planning on the radio lately, and I wanted to tell you about a seminar we’re giving at the Le Grand Center in Shelby North Carolina, on Thursday February 25th. This is a special presentation for 20 people only. I’m giving a few of these this year but for reasons […]

Elder Law and Medicaid Secrets Revealed. Part 1. “You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know.”

February 10th, 2016 (No Comments)

Elder Law and Medicaid Secrets Revealed. Part 1. “You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know.” Think about those words. ‘You don’t know what you don’t know.’ This is your opportunity to know more because the more you know the better you can plan. This blog post is big, it’s important so pay attention. In this […]

Feeling Squeezed in the Middle of a Generational Sandwich? How to Take Care of Yourself as You Take Care of Others

February 3rd, 2016 (No Comments)

Feeling Squeezed in the Middle of a Generational Sandwich? How to Take Care of Yourself as You Take Care of Others Raising your kids, working, trying to take care of yourself, and now caring for an aging parent? That makes you part of the Sandwich Generation. You are not alone—almost half of America’s 40- and […]

Build Your Empire

January 29th, 2016 (No Comments)

Recently, I took my family to New York City, the Big Apple, the city that never sleeps, as sort of a celebratory rite of passage for my oldest son’s 16th birthday.  As I sat on the plane preparing for takeoff, for what seemed like an eternity, I had that feeling in the pit of my […]

What Happens if a Family Member Becomes Incapacitated? The Unpopular Topic of Discussion Every Family Needs to Have

January 27th, 2016 (No Comments)

What Happens if a Family Member Becomes Incapacitated? The Unpopular Topic of Discussion Every Family Needs to Have Just bringing up the possibility of someone in your family becoming mentally or physically incapacitated is often difficult. We tend to think of only the very elderly needing long-term, hands-on care, but a recent report by the […]

Medicaid Crisis Planning – Part 2

January 20th, 2016 (No Comments)

We’re talking crisis. We’re going to get down and dirty today. We had a new article come out in the ‘Shelby Shopper’ this month called, ‘Are wills obsolete?’ I know a lot of people are talking about that, and the real problems with the probate and wills process okay. And we’re going to talk about […]

2016 New Years Resolutions – Making Resolutions and Taking Action.

January 6th, 2016 (No Comments)

It’s a New Year again. Welcome to 2016 everyone. I’m totally jumping into 2016 this morning. It’s a new year, I can’t believe it’s a new year. Where’d the last year go man? I’m not ready. It went by quick. Maybe as we get older we sleep through a lot of it. This is my […]

Alzheimer’s and Dementia with Expert, Teepa Snow

December 16th, 2015 (No Comments)

For this very special episode, I was honored to be able to interview expert on Alzheimer’s and Dementia, Teepa Snow. During our discussion, Teepa and I spoke about everything from care to causes and what needs to change in the systems to allow for more humane treatment of loved ones with Alzheimer’s and Dementia.    […]

Senior Living from A to Z with Regional Vice President of Operations for Brookdale’s Southeast Division

December 9th, 2015 (No Comments)

Brookdale Senior Living is a premier nationwide provider of senior living services and has nearly 80,000 associates. Regional Vice President of Operations for Brookdale’s Southeast Division, Kellee Agee, talks about assisted living, senior services, the future of the industry, and more.    How did you come to hold the position of Regional Vice President of […]

American Legion, Veteran’s Benefits and Programs with District Commander, Evan Thompson

December 2nd, 2015 (No Comments)

VA Healthcare and Veterans’ Benefits Evan Thompson is the District Commander for the American Legion of Cleveland and Rutherford Counties. Evan took the time out of his schedule to discuss with me the needs of our veterans in the community. We also touched on how you can get involved in the American Legion and how […]

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