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Peter E. Grosskopf, Attorney at Law

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2020 has been an incredible, difficult, challenging, and hopefully a once in a lifetime kind of year.  None the less, we hope it finds you all in good health, and with optimism looking forward to better times ahead.  The COVID Pandemic has certainly taken its toll, and we have lost some wonderful clients this year because of it. 

We are looking forward to a better and brighter 2021.  Best wishes to all of you.

Please note that our office will be closed at noon on December 24th and all day on December 25th for Christmas.  We will also be closed at noon on December 31st and closed all day on January 1st for New Years.  

Click here for information from the CDC COVID-19 website

Featured Articles


Medicare May Not Cover the Coronavirus Vaccine After All

While Medicare would cover a coronavirus vaccine approved through normal channels, if the Food and Drug Administration approves the vaccine through an emergency use authorization (EUA), Medicare will not cover it unless the government acts. 

Annuities and Medicaid Planning
Immediate annuities can be ideal Medicaid planning tools for spouses of nursing home residents. Careful planning is needed to make sure an annuity will work for you or your spouse.
Medicare Premiums to Increase Slightly in 2021
Medicare premiums are set to rise a modest amount next year, but still cut into any Social Security gains. The basic monthly premium will increase $3.90, from $144.60 a month to $148.50.
Ability to Withdraw Money Early from Retirement Plan Without Penalty Expires at the End of the Year
If you are experiencing financial hardship due to the coronavirus pandemic, you may want to consider withdrawing money from your retirement account while you still can. The special exemption allowing early withdrawals without a penalty ends soon.
What to Look for When Choosing a Medicare Advantage Plan
As Medicare premiums rise, a Medicare Advantage plan can seem like an attractive option. But if you are considering switching from Original Medicare to a Medicare Advantage plan, you need to know what to look for.

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