Estate planning is an often overlooked area of responsibility for many Massachusetts residents. While some individuals may not believe that they have enough money to justify creating estate plans, others may worry about getting their plans right and not offending any of their family members with their decisions. Despite their concerns, pretty much anyone can benefit from having a basic estate plan in place.
Some people choose to be their parent's primary caregiver. However, this can strain your personal finances. Luckily, there is new tax relief available to caregivers for the fiscal year of 2018.
There is no secret that health care costs in the United States are astronomical. Any Massachusetts resident who has had to visit an emergency room or undergo an unexpected medical procedure can attest to the exorbitant costs that may appear on their bills once they are home and recuperating. Though individuals with health insurance may see those balances negotiated down by their providers, people who have limited or no health care coverage can be left with significant and burdensome debts.