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News: ‘Finding Mold in a New Home’ – New Infographic Demonstrates How to Check for Mold Before It’s Too Late
Mortgage and Finance News: (PORTLAND, Ore.) Mold Inspection Sciences (MIS), one of the state's largest mold inspection and testing companies, has announced the publication of an infographic now available to view and download from the Mold Inspection Sciences website.
Mortgage and Finance News: (HAVRE DE GRACE, Md.) Care9 Redesign Home Staging, a Havre de Grace, Maryland based professional home staging and interior redesign firm, has taken their design services digital. Their e-design services now allow clients from anywhere in the world to get expert advice on staging and redesigning their home's interior while still enjoying the satisfaction of do-it-yourself project completion.
Mortgage and Finance News: (NEW YORK, N.Y.) With almost all travel insurance providers reporting strong growth in 2018, TravelInsurance.com expects this momentum to continue into 2019, and has identified five key drivers. In recent years travel for many has become less about simply taking a break and more about connecting with loved ones, immersing ourselves into what we are passionate about and exploring places that surprise, delight and challenge our views of the world.
News: More than 500 Expected to Attend 17th Annual Sacramento Event: Women in Law Enforcement Community Awards
Mortgage and Finance News: (SACRAMENTO, Calif.) More than 500 people are expected to attend the 17th annual award luncheon Saturday, November 17th, to recognize winners of the "Women in Law Enforcement" Business and Community Awards presented by the Sacramento Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women.
News: New Survey Finds More Than 75-percent of Travelers Experience Travel Mishaps, Yet Few Protect Themselves with Travel Insurance
Mortgage and Finance News: (NEW YORK, N.Y.) A new survey conducted by travel insurance comparison site TravelInsurance.com found that even though travelers are concerned with travel disruptions and many have experienced mishaps while on vacation, fewer than half of those surveyed have purchased travel insurance. Of those who didn't purchase travel insurance, only a third even considered it.
News: Holiday Travel 2018: Don’t Forget Travel Insurance When Booking Your Holiday Vacation This Year
Mortgage and Finance News: (NEW YORK, N.Y.) For the best prices and travel options, October is an ideal time to book your holiday travel, whether it's a family gathering for Thanksgiving or a ski trip around Christmas break, according to TravelInsurance.com. It's a great time to take advantage of deals, which become harder to come by closer to the intended travel date.
Mortgage and Finance News: (NEW YORK, N.Y.) As one of the first major storms of 2018 looms over the East Coast, many travelers may be caught off guard if their vacations are impacted, according to TravelInsurance.com. But for those who purchased travel insurance already, many of their trip costs could be covered for travel interruptions or cancellations if directly impacted by Hurricane Florence.
A Prime Time to Plan for Long-Term Care for Yourself Is After Arranging It for A Loved One, says ACSIA Partners
Mortgage and Finance News: (KIRKLAND, Wash.) Have you been called upon to arrange care for an aging parent or other loved one? If so, "it can be a blessing in disguise," says Denise Gott, CEO of ACSIA Partners, one of the nation's largest long-term care insurance agencies. "It can inspire you to plan ahead for your own care, without delay."
Mortgage and Finance News: (KIRKLAND, Wash.) The number of Americans age 65 and older is on track to double -- from 46 million now to over 98 million in 2060, when today's 20-somethings will be turning 65. At that time the 65-plus age group's share of the population will have jumped to 24-percent from 15-percent today. "Think of it," says Denise Gott, CEO of ACSIA Partners, "one in four of us will be in the older group, at high risk of needing long-term care."
Mortgage and Finance News: (DENVER, Colo.) Altavera Mortgage Services (Altavera), a Computershare company and leading provider of outsourced residential mortgage origination services, today announced that Chief Operating Officer Debora Aydelotte has been named one of HousingWire magazine's 2017 Women of Influence.
Mortgage and Finance News: (KIRKLAND, Wash.) Last year the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services issued a report about Americans' concerns and actions related to long-term care (LTC), also referred to as long-term services and supports (LTSS). "The main takeaway was not the particulars of the responses, in our view," says Denise Gott, CEO of ACSIA Partners. "It was the fact that participants considered and faced the issues."
More Than Two Thirds of Americans Not Prepared for Disability says American Fidelity Assurance Company
Mortgage and Finance News: (OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.) The average American Fidelity Assurance Company long-term disability is nearly three years. Even though one in five adults experiences a long-term disability, most Americans are ill-prepared to cover expenses if they are unable to work (note 1). The average American could not cover a $400 emergency without selling some of their possessions and 69 percent have less than $1,000 in savings (notes 2, 3).
It’s Tax Time, and Millions Could Miss Sizeable Deductions for Long-Term Care Insurance, ACSIA Partners Says
Mortgage and Finance News: (KIRKLAND, Wash.) If you're considering long-term care insurance, or already have a policy, "Tax time is a good time to look for help from Uncle Sam," says Denise Gott, CEO of ACSIA Partners, one of the nation's largest long-term care insurance agencies. "And the help you get could be more than negligible."
Mortgage and Finance News: (KIRKLAND, Wash.) If you're in the market for long-term care insurance, you may be suffering from sticker shock. 'The cost may seem out of reach,' says Denise Gott. 'Many people feel this way, so they put off protecting themselves. That's a shame, because in their case, Uncle Sam may pick up part of the tab.' Gott is CEO of ACSIA Partners, one of the nation's largest long-term care insurance agencies.
Mortgage and Finance News: (SPRINGFIELD, Ill.) Author Michael Piontkowski, also known as Piont, recently launched the Interest Free Banking website to get the word out on how every U.S. citizen can convert all their debt-interest money loans into zero percent, interest-free money loans. The site offers a call to action for the Abraham Lincoln Banking Act.
Mortgage and Finance News: (KALISPELL, Mont.) JOSEPH EVE CPAs Partner Joseph Eve and Lindan Elliot will teach two sessions at the Tribal Gaming Regulators and Commissioners Level II Training Certification Series June 9, 2015 at KwaTaqNuk Resort Casino in Poulson, Montana. In addition to accounting and audit services, JOSEPH EVE is the developer of CasinoEdge powered by Intacct.
JOSEPH EVE Will Present ‘4 Casino Accounting Trends to Watch in 2015’ at Great Plains Indian Gaming Conference
Mortgage and Finance News: (KALISPELL, Mont.) Casino Accounting and Intacct experts Joseph Eve and Lindan Elliott of JOSEPH EVE CPAs will present '4 Casino Accounting Trends to Watch in 2015' at the Great Plains Indian Gaming Conference May 18 - 20, 2015 at Mystic Lake Casino in Prior Lake, Minnesota.
Mortgage and Finance News: (KIRKLAND, Wash.) Every year tens of millions pass up a few hundred to a few thousand dollars - tax deductions for owning long-term care insurance. How come? Four sales leaders with ACSIA Partners point to psychological obstacles and suggest ways around them. ACSIA Partners is one of America's largest long-term care insurance agencies.
Mortgage and Finance News: (KIRKLAND, Wash.) If you're 50-plus, Denise Gott has some holiday advice for you. 'Consider giving yourself the gift of long-term care insurance,' she says. 'It just might lift your spirits during the gift-giving season.' Gott is CEO of ACSIA Partners, a leader in long-term care planning.
MasterCare, a National LTC Network Member Firm, Recommends Consumers Work with Long Term Care Insurance Specialists
Mortgage and Finance News: (OVERLAND PARK, Kan.) The National LTC Network announces its immediate past Chairman, Mike Skiens, is featured in an article on long term care planning in Kiplinger's Retirement Report (March 2014). 'Options for Covering Long-Term-Care Costs' shares strategies that can help people cover long term care costs while also keeping premiums manageable.
Industry Leader Broadens Focus from Long-Term Care Insurance to Long-Term Care Solutions, Responding to Changing Consumer and Business Needs
Mortgage and Finance News: (KIRKLAND, Wash.) LTC Financial Partners, LLC (LTCFP), one of America's largest and most experienced long-term care insurance agencies announces a bold shift from its traditional focus on LTC insurance to a broad, balanced focus on multiple ways to pay for care.
Mortgage and Finance News: (LOS ANGELES, Calif.) Retirement Planning Advisors, Inc.'s Karl Kim CFP, CLTC, is a Medi-Cal specialist who is quickly gaining a reputation for being California's 'go-to-guy' in the retirement crisis planning arena. In fact, RPA is California's first firm completely dedicated to retirement crisis planning and pre-planning.
Mortgage and Finance News: (LOS ANGELES, Calif.) According to retirement crisis expert. and author of 'Don't Go Broke Paying the Nursing Home' (ISBN: 978-0988902619), Karl Kim, CFP, CLTC; each year thousands of people are thrust into a 'care crisis' when a family member or loved one needs long-term care.
Citizen Tax Reformer Alleges Income Tax Scandal: Denounces Legal Fiction Used to Deprive Workers Deduction of Living Expenses
Mortgage and Finance News: (PHOENIX, Ariz.) A world traveler, a U.S. citizen and Viet Nam veteran, citizen tax reform advocate, John C. Garrison, loves his country. Being a law-abiding citizen, Garrison files peacefully every year his federal income tax return and wants to pay his fair share of government support. Where Garrison sees that reform of income tax law is needed, he does not believe it should come through disrespect for existing law but through responsible legal and/or political action.
ArteQuesta Israeli Masters Collection offers Visual History of Israel’s Emergence as Jewish State and Preserves Cultural Assets
Mortgage and Finance News: (MILL VALLEY, Calif.) ArteQuesta launches its Israeli Masters Collection, announces Rayah Levy and Jessica Jacobson, co-founders of ArteQuesta. This collection is the culmination of a decade of work to gather and preserve historically significant art works by Israeli Master Artists during Israel's emergence as the Jewish state.