Favorite Websites

The Internet is a great source of timely information. However, sometimes the breadth of the material that can be located online can be somewhat daunting. How do you know if you can trust the information? The websites I include here are all sites that I have personally found to be helpful, reliable, and—most importantly—understandable. The websites are listed in no particular order. They represent an assortment of sources for up-to-date information, which is important because, in the world of elder planning, change is constant.


Created by the National Council on the Aging (NCOA), which is a nonprofit organization, www.benefitscheckup.org is an exceptionally helpful website. It provides a relatively simple ...

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