How to Avoid Nursing Home Poverty

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Name: How to Avoid Nursing Home Poverty
Section: Community Education
Group: Adult
Category: Finance and Life Planning
Instructor: Candace Pollock
Location: Garfield Middle School, Room 116, 13114 Detroit Ave

Resident: $15.00
Nonresident: $15.00

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Instructor Candace Pollock - Much attention is given to estate taxes as a threat to what can be passed on to beneficiaries and, over the last several years, most families are less concerned about estate taxes due to the higher exemptions on federal estate taxes.  What many families fail to see is that, with average annual costs between $60,000 to $75,000, long term care costs have always been a larger threat to their lifetime security and to the estate they leave for beneficiaries at death. These costs will increase over time as the cost of care increases with inflation.  Few families can cover such costs out of disposable income and resources.  This workshop covers the main methods of covering long term care costs, the strategies to maximize private and public resources and the directives every family should have in place to make sure they can act if a disability or death should strike.    Class Min 5/Max 30. 

Dates and Times for How to Avoid Nursing Home Poverty
Tuesday 10/22 7:00pm-8:00pm
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