Agency provides special open enrollment periods for 2017 Medicare and Exchange coverage As a result of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) will make available special enrollment periods for all Medicare beneficiaries and certain individuals seeking health plans offered through the Federal Health Insurance Exchange. This important step gives these individuals and families who have been impacted by the hurricanes the opportunit
Kimbrough Law is North Georgia's VA powerhouse, with a 100% success rate in securing VA benefits. What's the motivation behind the firm's passion to serve America's veterans and their families? Attorney Kim Kimbrough explains.
If you are sharing caregiving responsibilities with relatives, conflicts are bound to arise. What are the most common issues? Is is possible to resolved them without coming to blows? Elder Care Coordinator Emily McCord explains.
Removing Social Security numbers strengthens fraud protections for about 58 million Americans. Today, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) gave the public its first look at the newly designed Medicare card. The new Medicare card contains a unique, randomly-assigned number that replaces the current Social Security-based number. CMS will begin mailing the new cards to people with Medicare benefits in April 2018 to meet the statutory deadline for replacing all exis
Hurricane Irma victims in the entire state of Georgia now have until Jan. 31, 2018, to file certain individual and business tax returns and make certain tax payments, the Internal Revenue Service announced yesterday. This includes an additional filing extension for taxpayers with valid extensions that run out on Oct. 16, and businesses with extensions that ran out on Sept. 15. It parallels relief previously granted to Irma victims throughout Florida and in parts of Puerto Ric
During his September 15, 2017 appearance on WDUN's Morning News, Kim Kimbrough talked to Bill and Joel about two important tax-free sources of funding for long-term care that most people don't know about. LISTEN TO THE SEGMENT HERE. Kim Kimbrough appears weekly on WDUN's Morning News with Bill and Joel to answer questions about estate planning, elder law, long-term care planning, and more. Tune in on AM 550 or FM 102.9, or listen live at www.WDUN.com.
Since the first humans roamed the earth, older people, the sick, and disabled have needed care.
The old way of doing it--families meeting all the person’s needs until the elder dies-- no longer works. Attorney Kim Kimbrough explains why the old model is dying while offering up some alternatives.
During his August 29, 2017 appearance on WDUN's Morning News, Kim Kimbrough talked to Bill and Joel about the importance of planning ahead for Medicaid's five-year lookback period and other alternatives to finance long-term care expenses. LISTEN TO THE SEGMENT HERE. Kim Kimbrough appears weekly on WDUN's Morning News with Bill and Joel to answer questions about estate planning, elder law, long-term care planning, and more. Tune in on AM 550 or FM 102.9, or listen live at www.