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Medicaid Planning

Free Report about Ohio Medicaid Benefits

Many do not know how Medicaid can be used to help pay for home health care, assisted living or nursing home costs. I’ve prepared a free report which highlights how this program can work for you, how you can still protect up to one-half or more of your assets and your loved one can receive […]

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Veterans Benefits


Major VA rule change! Under new rules published September 18th, the VA is making it more difficult to receive Improved Pension benefits. (commonly referred to as Aid & Attendance) These benefits can be used to help pay for home healthcare, assisted living or nursing home care. The current benefit awards range between $14,113 and $26,036 […]

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Firm News

Tribute to Mark W. Stubbins (1957 – 2018)

Mark Warren Stubbins, 60, passed away at home on the morning of August 8, 2018, surrounded by his wife, Kay, and four children, Grant, Kara, Amanda, and Blake. Mark was born in Zanesville, Ohio on November 13, 1957, to James Burnside Stubbins and Ann Allan Stubbins. He grew up on Taylor Street and attended Zanesville […]

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Elder Law

Should I be worried about health care costs?

You are invited to a free public seminar for answers: Monday, August 13th, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. Guernsey County Senior Citizens Center 1022 Carlisle Avenue Cambridge, OH 43725 Do you know how to protect up to one-half or more of your assets and still qualify for Medicaid if you are in a crisis? Do you […]

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Here’s How the IRS Contacts Taxpayers

IRS Tax Tip 2018-111, July 19, 2018 Everyone should know how the IRS contacts taxpayers. This will help people avoid becoming a victim of scammers who pretend to be from the IRS with a goal of stealing personal information. Here are some facts about how the IRS communicates with taxpayers: The IRS doesn’t normally initiate […]

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Estate Planning

Estate Tax Gift Changes in 2018

The IRS has announced that the estate, gift and generation-skipping transfer tax exemption for 2018 will be $11,180,000. The Tax Cuts and Job Act roughly doubled what the exemption was in 2017. However, the exact amount of the exemption was unknown until the IRS published Revenue Procedure 2018-18 which delineates 2018 inflation adjustments. The Tax […]

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