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  • How government incentives shaped the nursing home business. Federal government reimbursements for nursing home patients on Medicare and Medicaid have resulted in the nursing home industry retaining certain services that are reimbursed at higher rates, while neglecting to sufficiently offer basic services
  • Preparing your children for a holiday with less. What if the pandemic recession has affected your family finances to the point that the usual treasure trove of presents and lavish holiday meal aren’t possible? What do you tell your children about
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  • Realtors must now offer transparency on commissions. Real estate agents’ commissions have always been a bit mysterious to buyers. Sellers must negotiate their commission with their agent and determine how much of a commission to offer their buyer’s agent
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  • Nursing home residents "set up" to die in pandemic. Long-term care facilities are a major driver of COVID-19 deaths in the country. But seniors at long-term care facilities and their families have little legal recourse when it comes to fighting for better conditions. Trump
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  • Home prices are in a bubble. Full stop.. Much of the focus on the housing market lately has centered on the short-term environment, with the low inventory of homes cited for rising prices and a jump in rental vacancy rates driving rents lower.
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  • What a Biden administration would mean for consumers. When President-elect Biden assumes office in January, consumers will have a better advocate in the White House after four years of the Trump administration, which weakened protections. Here are the ways a Biden administration could
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