February 16, 2022
National Academy for Certified Care Managers Webinar
In this insightful webinar, hosted by the National Academy for Certified Care Managers, we will be covering the topic Capacity and Various Forms. Gain valuable insights from our moderator LeeAnn Hitchman, MBA, CMC.
June 24, 2021
Everything You Need to Know about the New FDA-Approved First Alzheimer’s Disease Drug
The FDA approved the first drug for Alzheimer’s Disease in nearly 20 years just last week. Aducanumab, or Aduhelm, is the first Alzheimer’s treatment to attack the disease process instead of just addressing dementia symptoms. We recommend those interested in the drug who have early-stage Alzheimer’s or Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) to consult their doctor.
February 5, 2021
Recent Update on Eviction Moratorium in California
For landlords, property owners and real estate investors attempting to keep their properties in a positive cash-flowing position, eviction legislation in CA has changed yet again. Many landlords were expecting to be able to begin evictions in February 2021. However, on January 29th the California Statewide Eviction Moratorium, via Senate Bill 91, was extended through June 30, 2021.
January 21, 2021
KICK-START YOUR TAX-ADVANTAGED CONTRIBUTIONS INTO AN ABLE ACCOUNT IN THE NEW YEAR!
Considering a fresh, New Year has finally arrived, there’s no better time to begin planning how to use and fund an ABLE account. Achieving a Better Life Experience (ABLE) Accounts are tax-advantaged, savings accounts for individuals with disabilities. The beneficiary of this type of account is the account owner and income earned by the ABLE accounts cannot be taxed. If you are funding an ABLE account for someone, consider these five tips in this article written by Lee Ann Hitchman, CLPF/MBA and Licensed Professional Fiduciary.
January 4, 2021
Holiday Reflections—Support for Loved Ones with Dementia in the New Year
With 2020 now in the rear view mirror, the added hustle and bustle of the holidays behind us, and considering this past year has been one of the most challenging years on record, ideally we’ll have more time to focus on our loved ones struggling with neurocognitive disorders and memory challenges. In this article written by Lee Ann Hitchman, CLPF/MBA and Licensed Professional Fiduciary, you will discover ways to spend the holidays with those who suffer with cognitive impairment.