Did you know that most pets' lives end when their owner's life ends? Here are two eye opening facts: Sixty-seven percent of Americans DO NOT have an estate plan. (April 2022 CNBC) Seventy-six percent of all United States households have some type of domestic pet. (American Medical Veterinary Association 2022 report) Based on those two … [Read more...] about Save Your Pet’s Life – Create A Plan!
New Book, “It’s Complicated!”, helps ease the confusion of dealing with coverage options, benefits, and responsibilities revolving around Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, Long-Term Care, and End-of-Life Planning for people and their pets. With her latest book, “It’s Complicated! What you should know about Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, … [Read more...] about New Book, “It’s Complicated!” Just Released
My Pet Just Died - A "Step-By-Step Guide " It's inevitable at some point we will have to say good-bye to our precious pets. When we are prepared to say farewell to our pet, it's one thing, however when our family member dies unexpectedly at home it can be devastating. Below is a guide on how to respectfully care for and contain your pet's remains … [Read more...] about My Pet Just Died
Here is why price should not be the only driving factor when choosing cremation. Since the onset of COVID19, cremation has become increasingly popular. Here are 7 questions everyone should ask when choosing cremation provider. When inquiring about the cost of cremation, please do not rely solely on the informational material, or well-intended … [Read more...] about Cremation Public Service Announcement
Many of us have attended a funeral service for a family member, friend or co-worker, however, odds are most of us have not had to make funeral arrangements. Today with people living longer, the average age of a person making funeral arrangements is over 50. One would think that the person making funeral decisions is the surviving spouse, but it’s … [Read more...] about Cremation: Seven Steps You Need to Know
What happens when you can no longer take care of your loved one? Today, thousands of people who are on Medicare, are living longer in nursing homes, with no real quality of life. Their entire life savings dwindle away to pay for long-term care, not Medicare. Let's clear up a myth, Medicare does not pay for long-term care. Which begs the question, … [Read more...] about Medicare Will Not Protect Your Savings From Long Term Care