Americans are misinformed about many aspects of Social Security, and local Social Security offices may not be helping, according to a study by the Government Accountability Office.
Through its “Build Your Future” online tool, The Arc's Center for Future Planning helps adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities and their families plan ahead so they [...]
The Trump administration is planning to allocate billions of public education dollars to expand private school voucher programs, but vouchers may not be the best option for families of special [...]
A trustee's level of involvement in the beneficiary's affairs can be confusing for beneficiaries and families, who may be under the impression that the trustee has the decision-making power in [...]
A little-known insurance option can be an answer for some people who might need care but are unable to buy long-term care insurance.
A recent New Jersey appeals court case demonstrates how important it is for families to come up with a long-term care plan before an emergency strikes. The case involves two brothers who got [...]
In a move that could be confusing to seniors who are vulnerable to scams, the IRS will begin using private debt collection agencies to collect past-due taxes.
The Kentucky attorney who called himself “Mr. Social Security” pleaded guilty to working with doctors and an administrative law judge to procure $550 million in Social Security [...]
Private retirement savings plans, like IRAs and 401(k)s, have become the main way for American families to save for retirement. But parents of children with special needs need to be vigilant [...]