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What Can I Do if There Is No One to Replace Me as Agent Under a POA??
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I am an agent under a durable power of attorney for a friend with a challenging form of dementia. I can no longer serve as her agent, and she has no other friends willing to do it. What are my options? A: That is a tough situation and there is no ...

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I watched the Hanover eagles (so you don't have to)
York Daily Record/Sunday News
The answer to the question, according to one post on answers.com, is "it's not very legal to kill a bald eagle because like some other animals we eat beef and fried chicken." I'm not sure what that means, but I don't think it's legal. For Koons, art is ...

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Costs of Some New Long-Term Care Insurance Policies Rise in Latest Survey
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long-term care insurance A couple who are both age 60 and who purchase new long-term care insurance coverage can expect to pay between 6 and 9 percent more compared to a year ago according to the 2017 Long Term Care Insurance Price Index, ...

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Trump Delays Rule That Retirement Advisers Put Their Client's Interests Ahead of Their Own
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Senior couple talking with financial advisor President Trump signed an executive order calling for a review of the so-called fiduciary rule, which was intended to prevent financial advisers from steering their clients to bad retirement investments by ...
Presidential Memorandum on Fiduciary Duty RuleThe White House
US Department of Labor to Evaluate Fiduciary Rule | United States Department of LaborUnited States Department of Labor

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Can an Agent Under a Financial Power of Attorney Revoke a Health Care Power of Attorney?
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I live in Kansas, and I am the agent under my aunt's durable power of attorney. Together, we appointed her daughter as power of attorney for health care. I would like to revoke the health care power of attorney, but my aunt is now incapacitated. As her ...

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New CEO brings Israel-based CoolaData to Portland
Portland Business Journal
The company already has some big name customers, including Coca-Cola, CNN and Answers.com. For now, Schoenbaum is the only Portland employee. He's working from a home office and coworking spaces while he settles on space. Schoenbaum joins ...
Global Behavior Analytics Leader Unveils US Expansion after Salesforce FundingPR Newswire (press release)

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How to Deduct Long-Term Care Premiums From Your Income
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long-term care insurance Taxpayers with long-term care insurance policies can deduct some of their premiums from their income. Whether you can use the deduction requires comparing your medical expenses to your income in a complicated formula.

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Watch Out for Mistakes in the List of Doctors Covered by Your Medicare Advantage Plan
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doctor Medicare Advantage plans are a popular alternative to regular Medicare because the plans often offer lower out-of-pocket costs, but buyers need to make sure they know what they are paying for. A government review of Medicare Advantage plans ...

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Can an Agent Under a Power of Attorney Pay His Mother's Bills Even If His Mother Objects?
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My 81-year-old mother lives in a continuing care community. She is bipolar and sometimes has questionable judgment. The bank in the community was taken over last summer by another bank. My mother does not trust the bank and refuses to order checks or ...

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Can Medicaid Force the Sale of a Car That Is in My Father's Name Even Though I Make the Payments?
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My father was placed in a nursing home six weeks ago and he will be applying for Medicaid. He has two cars: a truck that is paid for and the car I drive. The car is in his name, but I make the monthly payments. I have about a year of payments left on ...

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