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Veteran’s Benefits

Few people seem to understand VA benefits very well. There is a whole host of programs. It is often best to start with your local Veteran’s Agent or service agency (the VFW or American Legion). They have volunteers who can give you information and advice without charge. You may think about hiring an attorney or another…

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Medicare Issues

Those under age 65 (unless you have been on SSDI for two or more years) need to purchase regular health insurance coverage (either through an employer, on the open market, or through a state or the Federal ACA exchanges).  Those 65 and over who have worked and paid into the Medicare system can get their primary…

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Winter Planning Tips for Elders

Everyone needs to plan for Winter and severe storms. Elders may need a little extra planning to ensure they are safe in an inhospitable environment. Exposure to cold and lack of power for essential medical equipment can be life threatening. Here are some tips for Elders to get ready for Winter. You should have an…

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Obituary Ruth Holloway Adamsky

Ruth E. Adamsky November 09, 2011 Bridgewater, NH – Ruth Elizabeth Holloway Adamsky died Nov. 9th at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Hospital from complications arising from cancer. She was 76. She was born in 1935 in Trenton NJ, the only child of Ruth Elizabeth Adams Holloway, and Colonel George Edward Holloway, Jr. Her early years were spent…

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IRS Announces Inflation Adjustments

The IRS announced that, for tax year 2012, personal exemptions and standard deductions will rise and tax brackets will widen due to inflation. The Service provided the following details: The value of each personal and dependent exemption, available to most taxpayers, is $3,800, up $100 from 2011. The new standard deduction is $11,900 for married…