Medicare must cover skilled care and therapy when they are “necessary to maintain the patient’s current condition or prevent or slow further deterioration.”
How humans often form heuristics to make financial decisions, and how wealth managers can assist when projected investments go awry.
These are the rules to follow to keep your financial prospects in order.
An author’s grief is magnified because of what she and her husband failed to discuss
What sounds most right about stocks, bonds and mutual funds is often wrong.
Behavioral biases that drive investor decisions
An overview of the new requirements.
Not many clients are willing to face their own mortality or the prospect of one day relying on family members or professional caregivers for help with grooming, hygiene and other basic everyday activities.
Savings and income are part of financial well-being, but we learned that they’re not always the most important part.
Advisors who embrace this shift can deepen their relationships with entire client families.