Have A Child With Special Needs? Estate Planning Makes Sure They Are Cared For

The AARP says that about 6 in 10 adults in the U.S. do not have a will. You don't want something to happen to you and leave your family to pick up the pieces. As you enter your senior years, it's important that you add estate planning to your to-do list. Estate planning is especially important for couples that have a child with special needs. Take a look at why this is important. [Read More]

Three Reasons Why You May Have Been Denied Social Security Disability Benefits

There are many people who are denied social security disability benefits and have no idea why they were denied. There are many different factors that can affect someone's ability to receive benefits. The following guide walks you through a few things you may not realize serve as disqualifiers when applying for social security disability benefits. You Make Too Much Money Each Month In order to be sure that only truly disabled individuals are able to get disability benefits, they limit the amount of money that someone is able to meet each month. [Read More]