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01-27-2016
This site connects people with disabilities, their families and caregivers with state specific helpful resources.  The site is easy to use and fully accessible. Surfing the internet for funny pet videos is fun but searching for resources to improve your life or the life a loved one can be daunting.  “Googling” your question leads to hundreds of thousands of results and most people only make it through the first couple of pages. This site is a great starting place to help narrow the search. Step 1: Choose the Audience ie. are looking for information for yourself or someone else as a family member, caregiver or guardian? Step 2: Choose a Topic. Are looking for infor ...
01-27-2016
It’s that time again! Tax season is coming. You do everything for your kids and it’s not inexpensive. Families who have children with special needs incur additional medical and educational costs and there may be tax deductions or credits to help. You could probably use the help so here are some tips to consider. I’m a lawyer and I try to find useful information for the families I work with but I’m not an accountant so for the all the details click here for the full article. http://www.tacanow.org/family-resources/tax-strategies-for-parents-of-kids-with-special-needs/ The Affordable Care Act has some significant implications for special needs families. 1. Medi ...
01-25-2016
Did you know that Arizonans can download a Life Care Planning Packet for FREE at: azag.gov What an amazing public service offered by our Attorney General’s Office. Here’s the deal: EVERY adult should have an advance healthcare directives. When kids turn 18 and register to vote they should be filling these out as well. And why not? It is free and easy. And you have protected your loved ones from heartbreaking struggles if something happens to you. Meet Max our 5 lb  yorkie and office mascot. The Attorney General’s website has general information about Arizona laws related to future incapacity and the importance of life care planning. The Frequently Aske ...
01-20-2016
In this video less than four minute video you’ll get a primer on how social security began. A little history of the evolution of the program and where is it today.
01-18-2016
This site connects people with disabilities, their families and caregivers with state specific helpful resources. The site is easy to use and fully accessible. Surfing the internet for funny pet videos is fun but searching for resources to improve your life or the life a loved one can be daunting. Googling your question leads to hundreds of thousands of results and most people only make it through the first couple of pages. This site is a great starting place to help narrow the search. Step 1: Choose the Audience. Are you looking for information for yourself or someone else as a family member, caregiver or guardian? Step 2: Choose a Topic. Are looking for information on education, heal ...
01-11-2016
A few facts about Women and Social Security you should know so that you, and the women in your life, are financially prepared for our changing reality. Presently there are 51,000 people over age 100 receiving Social Security benefits. Yeah! Making it to 100 years old.  Awesome! If these women delayed taking Social Security until age 70 that means they have been receiving that monthly payment for 30 years. The average Social Security benefit is $1,335.00. Over 30 years that is $480,600. Wow, it adds up. Of the 51,000 people over 100 receiving Social Security 46,000 are women. BUT women only receive 77 cents for every dollar a man earns, and that means a woman is likely not ...
01-09-2016
  I have to confess I am a Social Security nerd. Once I’m on the Social Security Administration (SSA) website I can’t stop! It is such an most interesting and complex program that has a tremendous impact on our society. The scope and impact of Social Security on our society is astronomical. Here are a few more facts that will change the way you think about SSA and how women need to plan for their retirement. A few facts about Women and Social Security: Presently there are 51,000 people over age 100 receiving Social Security benefits. Yeah! 100 Awesome. If they delayed taking Social Security until age 70 that means they have been receiving that mo ...
01-04-2016
In 2014, approximately 59 million Americans received Social Security for retirement, disability or survivors’ benefits. Social Security is an inter-generational transfer of wealth, it is not a dedicated retirement account and benefit checks do not represent a return on investment. Today, Social Security has plenty of assets. For years Social Security was a pay as you go system. Then in 1983 to prepare for the baby boomers, payroll taxes were increased so presently it has a surplus. But since 2010, Social Security’s cash expenses have exceeded its cash receipts. The fund likely will be fully depleted by 2034. This is combination of disability and retirement benefit ...


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