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Make sure to mark your calendars this week Karen Lynn has the good pleasure of interviewing Jared Stanley of J&J Acres and Permasapien….the two go hand in hand. J&J Acres is where Jared makes his residence and has shared with everyone for years about what they are up to on their homestead and Permasapien is his business. Jared is in the business of helping folks learn all about permaculture and it’s a business he is passionate about and is a topic that he can’t even help has his enthusiasm be contagious!
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In this episode of The Fischer Report, host Tony Fischer, will be covering the different funding options for long term care. Medicare, Medicaid, Veterans Benefits, Medicaid Waiver, Non-Profit, Long Term Care Insurance and Third Party Health care insurance will be covered.
After listening to this general overview you will understand the differences between the funding sources, how to apply and where to get help applying.
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I have been missing in action for 8 weeks. I finally fulfilled a long-term goal of having surgery on my inner thighs to remove excess fat & skin. I was especially not prepared for what happened next – both physically (infection) and emotionally (depression). It left me with questions – lots of them. If you are close to achieving a long term goal, what would you ask?
In hindsight, what would you have done differently? How could you have been more proactive? How did you celebrate success? How do you change gears and move forward? Is this the time to redefine goals and add more balance to your life? What is the bigger purpose of your new goals so you can have sustainable? All these this questions, need to be answered. Lets get to work & do it together.
The job you want or the job you need is within reach. If you are newly unemployed chances are you haven't been beat down yet, and this is a good place to start today, now. If you are long term unemployed, chances are you have been beat down and you likely are not longer seeking employment. You've deicded you have enough applications out there for someone to contact you without your seeking another day in your life. Well you are wrong and I'm excited you have decided to give me a chance to help you get hired. Job search is a job. That said, the skills to bring to the job is what dictates how short or how long job search will be. You must do things systematically, continually in an organized and deliberate manner. You write out a job search plan and you follow the plan. You make changes as you see the need. If you are not reaping rewards to make changes. For instance. You fill out applications. If no response, work on a better application process. If your application is reaping you calls but not interviews you know you need to work on your conversation content or tone to employers. Today's show we'll address why you haven't heard the words, You got the job.
Joyce interviews Katheryn Evans of Strategic Sound Solutions on long term care insurance and if you should consider getting it!
Joyce Joneschiet (Jonah-shite) Principal interior designer of Encore Living Interiors and Publisher of Encore Life Magazine hosts Encore Living Radio with her co-host Aaron D. Murphy, a licensed Architect, President of ADM Architecture and Managing Editor of EmpoweringTheMatureMind.com.
Are many sick or injured people cut off from Long-Term Disability Benefits after two years? Does that sound like long-term support for the injured? Is this something in the fine print? And were do those premiums paid for go? Let's talk about Long-Term Disability Benefits from Employers and Insurance Companies today.
Join me for an amazing hour with Bruce Norris, an active investor, hard money lender, and real estate educator with over 30 years of experience. Bruce has been involved in over 2,000 real estate transactions as a buyer, seller, builder, and money partner. Bruce is best known for his long-term market timing trends including his “California Comeback” report in 1997 predicting California’s real estate boom and his January 2006 release, “The California Crash,” predicting the foreclosure meltdown. His reports have made and saved California investors millions over the past decade. Bruce speaks and debates nationally as well as hosts an award-winning real estate radio show where he interviews world-renowned economists, government leaders, association presidents, and local experts. Bruce also hosts the series, I Survived Real Estate, which has raised over $520,000 for charity since the event launched in 2008. Don't miss this episode of the Mark Kohler Show!! Tuesday, February 3rd, at 11am PST / 2 EST. You can call in and listen LIVE on the road at 646-200-4285, or listen in here from your computer.
Long term unemployment is not impressive on a resume. Long term unemployment is long term not paying into social security and it will show up in retirement as a negative. One thing for sure, jobless individuals have come to know, you can live on less than you thought. You know there is no such thing as job security. Now you need to know what to do to get a career started based on the skills you have, your work history, and your interest. The most important thing is for you to not fear hard work, learn to handle rejection, have a plan, and learn the communication process than fits your kind of occupation. Join me and listen in or call in with questions or tweet wit questions today at 3:30PM central time.
Long Term Care is a Women's Issue according to Dana Vouga of Vouga Elder Law
Dana Vouga of Vouga Elder Law speaks about Long Term Care Being a Women's Issue. Dana is a Certified Senior Advisor (CSA) and is Vouga Elder Law’s Long Term Care Paralegal. As a CSA, Dana has knowledge about aging, social and financial issues, and health information that affects the majority of seniors. Dana also assists clients and their loved ones by educating them on how they can protect assets, avoid Medicaid “spend down,” and obtain Veterans Administration Pension Benefits.
Dana Vouga, CSA and Long Term Care Paralegal
in Real Estate
Success isn't easy - and making it last is even harder. Today we're taking a hard, honest look at long-term success, and how you can make it last. In real estate, lots of agents come and go, but when you add the principles of lasting success that Tim & Julie Harris discuss today into your career, you're likely to achieve more, stay longer, and be in a much better position in the long-term than agents who embody the saying "easy come, easy go".
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