News, Articles & Updates
New rules have been put in place to protect seniors with brokerage accounts from financial scams that could drain their accounts.
The government is spending billions to fund assisted living services through Medicaid, but government oversight and regulations are lacking.
Beginning in 2020, Medicare beneficiaries will no longer be able to enroll in two of the most popular Medigap plans, F and C.
While most of the new tax law has to do with reducing the corporate tax rate, some provisions relate to individual taxpayers.
Learn more about HB 337, or the SOLVED act, which will significantly affect how everyone will need to register deeds starting January 1st.
Learn how to control what happens with your digital assets when you pass away or become incapacitated.
June 15th is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day.
Georgia’s new statutory power of attorney form will go into effect on July 1st.
What will happen with the estate tax and how should that affect your planning decisions?
When does a hospital have to tell you that you that you are being treated as an outpatient as opposed to an inpatient?
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