February 28, 2017 | Elder Law

Medicare “Improvement Standard” Education Campaign to Finally be Implemented

As Aging Life Care™Managers, we often assist our clients who have been hospitalized to find the best skilled nursing facility for rehab services before going back home. Under Medicare regulations, patients are entitled to up to 100 days of rehabilitation in a skilled nursing facility following a three day hospital stay.    Many seniors are under... More
February 28, 2017 | Corporate Law

Engaging Independent Contractors Requires Caution Under Massachusetts Independent Contractor Law

Many businesses engage independent contractors to bolster their workforce without adding permanent employees, and many individuals desire the flexibility of providing services as an independent contractor. Engaging independent contractors in Massachusetts is risky business, however, because our strict wage laws can result in significant liability on part of businesses using independent contractors – even if... More
January 30, 2017 | Elder Law

The ABLE Act

The ABLE Act (Achieving a Better Life Experience) was signed by the President on December 19, 2014. Despite much delay, these accounts are finally available to individuals with disabilities who reside in any state. Ten states currently offer these programs. The ABLE Act allows disabled individuals to hold more than $2,000 in specially designated accounts... More
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