Join Mark and his guest, Professional Organizer Tiffany Williams from Progress, LLC, as they talk about getting organized, and how to store important documents.
Learn what some of the latest tactics and tricks scammers are using to take advantage of seniors and other innocent people. We are grateful to Rachelle from the Office of the Idaho Attorney General for her expertise.
Resources: Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division - https://www.ag.idaho.gov/ or 208-334-2424 Federal Trade Commission (FTC) – https://www.ftc.gov/ FTC Fraud Reporting – https://reportfraud.ftc.gov/ or 877-382-4357 FTC Identity Theft reporting – https://www.identitytheft.gov/ or 877-438-4338 FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center – https://www.ic3.gov/ AARP Volunteers of America (VOA) | ReST – https://www.aarp.org/money/scams-frau...
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Join Mark as he covers all of what potentially could be included in your estate tax changes this coming tax season.
Join Mark as he discusses recent changes to the Idaho Homeowners Exemption and other changes from the 2021 Idaho Legislative Session and how they will affect your estate plan.
Mark is joined by Mike Powell and Matt Preston as they discuss what new and exciting services are coming to Home Instead and also discussing the importance of knowing what all is entailed with home care services.
Join Mark as he chats with "The Insurance Guy" Chris Ingram about the importance of asset protection in the form of property and casualty insurance.
Join Mark as he chats with Don Azevedo, of New York Life Insurance, about long-term care insurance and its importance to have a plan, make a plan, and/or start making a plan.
Mark is joined by Dr. Louise Ye-Liew and Lanae Hetland to discuss the importance of estate planning when working with hospice and assisted living.
Join Mark as he welcomes Bryce Saxton from Emerson House as they discuss a positive approach to the difficult task of caring for aging loved ones, with memory care.
Join Mark as he chats with Carly Ward about concerns regarding DIYing your estate planning.
Mark is back with guest, Aldo Cabrini from Thrivent Financial as they discuss general concepts of estate planning for individuals to think of that will better them now and absolutely help them in the future.
Join Mark as he gets the scoop on the COVID vaccines from Gina Pannell from Central District Health. She'll help us separate facts from rumors as we all work toward getting back to "normal" after the pandemic.
Tune in to hear Mark along with Kristen Tracy, Megan Kelly, and Sophie Loya talk about care coordination from Blue Cross of Idaho. They help patients who are dual-eligible for Medicaid and Medicare get the care and services they need in their communities.
Mark is joined by Cash Edwards who gives a primer on in-home care and the difference between activities of daily living (ADLs) and home health. Tune into hear why it's important to keep this in mind as you consider aging in place for yourself or your loved one.
Join Mark and Catherine Owens as they address something that affects senior and other every winter: isolation and loneliness. This year, these feelings are likely to be amplified as we all try to stay well and protect the vulnerable around us.
After a hearty reception at our No Place Like Home conference, Officer Fritz is back to share more information about fraud and scam prevention among the elderly. Protect yourself and those you love with this current information.
Join in our relaunch of the Senior Matters Radio podcast with our special guest Dee Childers. Dee is a Professional Aging Life Care™ Manager and the owner of Life Changes Elder Care Consulting. She works with families as they address many of the issues associated with aging, medical care, home health, and the family dynamics of making those decisions.
You may think that elder abuse is rare in Idaho, but Raul Enriquez, of Area 3 Senior Services Agency, sets the record straight. Raul explains A3SSA and how the agency investigates allegations of elder abuse and neglect. He continues the discussion with Scott and Mark about what counts as elder abuse and how to recognize it.
Bill Poulson, Director of Client Services, gets on the phone with Mark and Scott to share recent questions from potential clients about estate planning and to talk about common issues in planning ahead. From probate to DIY planning, Bill has been asked about it all. Check out this episode to hear about the most recent concerns in estate planning.
In the second part of Carly Ward's investigation into "Do-It-Yourself" wills and estate planning, Mark and Scott learn more about the confusing, and often tiring, process of using a one-size-fits-all planning program.