Unable to use the embedded player? Listen here. EPISODE #672 Delays in death records leave Georgia families in financial limbo [The Atlanta Journal Constitution] Sandra Autry’s stable life as the wife of a retired police officer abruptly ended in April when he died in hospice care. More than a month
Without audience targeting are Google Ads Dead? Think again… Early this month Google announced new restrictions for targeting specific audiences. The restrictions apply to content related to housing, employment, credit, and those who are disproportionately affected by societal biases. The news of these restrictions created quite a stir among
How to Select, and Serve As, An Executor We’ve talked briefly about estate planning and asset protection. But what about executing a will? Most seniors understand the importance of having a will, though they won’t be around to see it probated. And this is where knowing proper procedure is critical.
One of the most touted benefits of a reverse mortgage is the peace of mind that comes from knowing that as a senior ages, they'll have the funds they need to remain in their beloved home, pay the property taxes and upkeep, and still have enough left over to be
Even seniors who carefully plan for the disbursal of their worldly assets can leave beneficiaries arguing about who is really entitled to Aunt Betty's antique rocker or mom's diamond ring. But until now, no one has disputed who owns a family member's Facebook account.