How to Keep Control of Your Life After 50: A Guide for Your Legal, Medical, and Financial Well-being

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Lexington Books, 1990 - Law - 428 pages
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Covers planning for old age, staying in charge in the hospital or nursing home, coping with the incompetent person, and other concerns of later life

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How to keep control of your life after 60: a guide for your legal, medical, and financial well-being

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Myers provides guidance in areas of particular concern to older persons: estate planning, Medicare/Medicaid, hospital and nursing home care, living wills, powers of attorney, and guardianship ... Read full review

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Medigap and LongTerm Care Insurance Policies
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Paying for Nursing Home Care
33
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