November 2018 Newsletter
Kaeble Law LLC
14142 Denver West Parkway
Lakewood, CO 80401
The holidays are quickly approaching, and as we enjoy spending time with family and friends, the discussion may turn to estate planning. If you are concerned that your existing estate planning may not reflect your wishes or perhaps there has been a change in your family situation, please feel free to contact our office and schedule an appointment. Perhaps you know someone who doesn't have their estate planning in place or perhaps it has been many years since they made any changes in their plan. Feel free to give them our phone number, and we would be happy to discuss their estate planning with them.
Kaeble Law will close their office from Tuesday, November 20th through Friday, November 23rd so our employees can enjoy the Thanksgiving holiday with their family and friends. We will re-open on Monday, November 26th. Please feel free to contact our office and leave a message; we will be checking messages during the week.
Following are several articles that I found very interesting, and I hope you do as well. Please feel free to share an article or two or the entire newsletter with family and friends.
It’s Open Enrollment Season: Is Your Medicare Plan Still Working For You?
Do you have the right Medicare plan? It is fall, which means it is time to think about whether your current plan is still giving you the best coverage or whether a new plan could save you money
2019 Will Bring Social Security Beneficiaries the Biggest Increase in Eight Years
The Social Security Administration has announced a 2.8 percent increase in benefits in 2019, the largest increase since 2012.
Be Careful About Putting Only One Spouse's Name on a Reverse Mortgage
A recent case involving basketball star Caldwell Jones demonstrates the danger in having only one spouse's name on a reverse mortgage.
For First Time, Median Cost of Private Nursing Home Room Hits Six Figures in Annual Survey
The median cost of a private nursing home room in the United States increased to $100,375 a year in 2018, up 3 percent from 2017, according to Genworth's annual Cost of Care survey.
Who Can Set Up the ABLE Account?
Among the many questions surrounding ABLE plans is who can open accounts? Only the person with a disability? Parents? Other relatives? Friends?
Social Security Payments, Medicare Premiums and Deductibles, to Rise in 2019
Social Security payments are set to grow next year, although for some recipients the extra income will be slightly offset by an increase in Medicare premiums and deductibles.
2018 Midterms Raise Accessibility Concerns
As the midterm elections approach, disability rights advocates are increasingly concerned about whether all eligible voters with disabilities will, in fact, have the opportunity to exercise their right to vote.
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