Jodi’s 3rd book, ” “It’s Complicated” Focuses on what you should know about Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, Long Term Care, End-of-Life Wishes and more! It’s a joint venture with her lifelong friend and insurance professional Chris Liebum, LUTCF. In 2011, when Chris picked up Jodi’s first book, Navigating the Eldercare Journey, he and his sister were suddenly faced with their mother’s declining health. They had to step up fast because the questions were coming in faster than what they had answers for. Jodi’s book certainly made a hard time easier. As a result, Jodi and Chris decided to get together and write “It’s Complicated”. Their goal is to help people advocate for themselves, know what questions to ask, and how not to get lost or bogged down in the system. All too often people receive well intended mis-information.
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Jodi’s new ebook, “The Talk”, focuses on how to recognize when it’s time to discuss with your parents the importance of making a plan for issues that come with aging and end of life care.
Navigating the Eldercare Journey…Without Going Broke!
– can help reduce the challenges and minimize frustration encountered when you are placed in this situation. This easy-to-understand guide takes you from the basics of understanding long term care options that are available, how to seek out an elder care attorney and know if they are good fit for your needs, and how to qualify for Medicaid as a financial means to pay for care, including the benefits of funeral planning – in layman’s terms.
Author Jodi M. Clock provides fundamental information regarding the basics in a way that helps you understand not only why her recommendations are important, but how you can minimize financial exposure regarding end-of-life events.
Whether you are in a crisis situation or taking proactive measures, these valuable end-of life solutions could safeguard you and your parent’s assets. You have a choice – be proactive and preserve your money. Don’t leave it unprotected and unnecessarily taxed when you or your parents die. No matter how prepared you think you are, the reality of death is sobering, and expensive. When time is on your side you can make well-thought out proactive decisions, enabling you to focus on what’s most important in life.
We’ve all enjoyed a good laugh at the perils of getting older. But entering your Golden Years without any money is no joke. End-of life planning is a difficult subject to talk about – between facing mortality (either your parents or your own) to discussing the ever-confusing subjects revolving around long term care options or understanding the differences between Medicare and Medicaid, or a living will vs. a living trust, there’s nothing fun about facing death and the issues that come with it.