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SCAMS, SCAMS, and more SCAMS – Financial Exploitation of the Elderly

By: Matthew F. Penater — Of Counsel — The Penater Law Firm, LLC Financial exploitation of the elderly has grown exponentially over the past decade. This exploitation takes many forms, including: Lottery scams (you’ve won $50,000, please send $5,000 to cover costs); home improvement cons; Nigerian princes promising a reward of money in exchange for …

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Elville and Associates’ Client Care Program Update – A Summer Day of Fun in the Sun at the Bowie Baysox Game, the Annual Client Event, and Upcoming Winter 2018 Social Security Workshop

By: Jeffrey D. Stauffer – Community Relations Director, jeff@elvilleassociates.com, 443-393-7696 On Saturday, June 4th, 2017, over Fifty Client Care Program members and their families attended the first annual Elville and Associates’ Client Care Program Social Event, held at the Bowie Baysox game at Prince George’s Stadium. Along with field-level box seat tickets to the game, …

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A Curious Synchronicity – Lawyers and Musicians

By: Guest Contributor Judith Krummeck — Evening Drive Host, 91.5 WBJC What do Robert Schumann, Jean Sibelius, and Igor Stravinsky have in common? Yes, their last names begin with “S,” but it’s more than that. How about Georg Philipp Telemann, Giuseppe Tartini, and Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky? Again, it’s more than simply a letter thing, or …

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Senior Home Seller? Here’s the Solution!

By: Victoria B. Hathaway – Guest Contributor, Director of The Silver Group of the Bob Lucido Team of Keller Williams Integrity Did you know that over the next two decades, “Boomers” will swell the nation’s older adult population by 30 million, and an estimated 16 million older adult households will be moving in the next …

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Lessons from Andrew Wyeth Country

By: Stephen R. Elville, J.D., LL.M. – Principal During a recent trip to Monhegan Island, Maine, I was struck not only by the stunning beauty of the tiny place, but also by how the constantly changing weather affected everything I did during my stay; and how the Island’s lighthouse, a brown stone structure located atop …

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A Checklist for the New Year

By: Jill Rosner, R.N., B.S.N. – Guest Contributor, Rosner Healthcare Navigation The beginning of the year brings renewed hope for a fresh start and an opportunity to make changes in the areas of our lives that we all have on our “to do” lists. New Year’s resolutions, as we all know, rarely make it past …

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Help Employees Think Ahead With Estate Planning Sessions

Step outside the boundaries of the employer/employee relationship, just for a moment. As a benefit professional or someone who runs a business, your focus is getting the business of the company done. Of course, that includes figuring how to get the best from your employees. Rewarding people fairly, in terms of money and benefits, helping …

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