Whose In Charge When You are in the Hospital?

My 94 year old mother was just released from the hospital following a 13-day stay, precipitated by a … [Read more...]

Keeping Track of Your Pension

Although more and more employers are switching from defined benefit plans to IRA's and … [Read more...]

Moving Day

I have spent the past week moving my practice to the firm of Frazer, Ryan, Goldberg & Arnold … [Read more...]

The VA Fiduciary Program

In the course of qualifying for the VA Aid and Attendance Improved Pension, many of my elderly … [Read more...]

Increased Income Allowance for Holocaust Survivor Pension

On August 15, 2013, I published a post describing benefits available to certain categories of … [Read more...]

Therapy Can Help in the Golden Years

I recently met with one of my clients who is 82 and a widower. He loved his wife very much and still … [Read more...]

Life Care Planning from a Doctor’s Perspective

Readers of this blog have seen me reference the thought-provoking blog called The New Old Age … [Read more...]

. . . And a Good Time was had by All!

Last Thursday we celebrated our move to City North in Phoenix by hosting a reception. We wanted to … [Read more...]

The Estate Tax Law is Set to Change, Too

In addition to other "Bush-era" tax cuts that will expire at the end of the year if Congress doesn't … [Read more...]

A Lifetime to Remember

It seems like whenever I tell a friend or former colleague whom I haven't seen in awhile what I'm … [Read more...]

Pros and Cons of Annuities

Annuities:  Are They Right For You? As our population ages in what has been a declining interest … [Read more...]

The Power of Presence

Following a death or difficult circumstances, how often have we wanted to offer condolences but are … [Read more...]