Any disruption in public benefits can result in expensive consequences that may not only affect the applicant, but the children of the applicant as well. Below are five common reasons that recipients disrupt or lose their public benefit eligibility:
The 2016 presidential candidates have a wide range of proposals, from raising the full retirement age (most of the Republican candidates) to increasing the minimum benefit (Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley).
As long-term care insurance premiums keep rising and fewer companies are offering policies, seniors are looking for other ways to help pay for long-term care. Annuity "nursing home doublers" have emerged as a new long-term care option.