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Senior Matters Radio

Senior Matters Radio is a weekly show dedicated to showcasing experts in the fields that matter most to today's seniors. From insurance to financial planning, long term care to retirement, you'll get useful, actionable advice from leaders in their respective fields. Hosted by Mark Wight of Idaho Estate Planning, a member of the Idaho State Bar, the Taxation, Probate & Trust Law Section of the Idaho Bar, Wealth Counsel, and Elder Counsel. He is also a Certified Academy Attorney with the Academy of VA Pension Planners and an accredited attorney with the Veterans Administration. Mark has co-authored several manuals for attorneys in the areas of Probate Administration, Estate and Estate Tax Planning, and Asset Protection.
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Now displaying: May, 2016
May 13, 2016

Mark White from Idaho Estate Planning & Kyle Buck with Affinity Mortgage are on the show to discuss some of the in’s and out’s of reverse mortgage as well as some common misconceptions.

May 13, 2016

Listen into this episode of Senior Matters Radio to take a further, more in-depth look into beneficiary designations, powers of attorney, and necessary healthcare documentation.

May 13, 2016

In this episode of Senior Matters Radio, attorney Mark Wight and financial planner John Sellin, along with host Bo Higby, take a look at retirement. They discuss a timeline for optimal retirement planning, as well as different plans, and the downfalls of poor beneficiary designations.

May 11, 2016

Senior Matters takes another look at planning for the future, including a look at some of the “what-ifs” one might face as they grow older, and the importance of being as prepared as possible, now.

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