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Social Security has announced the Medicare premiums and copays for 2023. The basic Part B premium will DECREASE from $170.10 to $164.90, and the deductible will also DECREASE from $233 to $226. Premiums are adjusted for individuals making more than $97,000 per year (increase from $91,000, and for couples making more than $194,000 per year (increase from $182,000).

The hospital deductible under Part A will INCREASE from $1556 to $1600. The hospital copay for days 61-90 will INCREASE from $389 to $400. The rehab copay for days 21-100 will increase from $194.50 to $200.
FInding Caregiving Assistance -
"According to Caregiving in the U.S. 2020, a report from AARP and the National Alliance for Caregiving, approximately 41.8 million Americans have provided unpaid care to an adult age 50 or older in the prior 12 months. The report also states that the main problems or illness that caused their loved ones to need care were “old age (16 percent), mobility issues (12 percent), and Alzheimer’s or dementia (11 percent).”
If you are noticing any changes in behavior such as memory loss, getting lost in familiar places or someone’s inability to follow directions, difficulty in cooking or leaving the stove on, there is help locally. Fairfax County’s Aging, Disability, and Caregiver Resource (ADCR) can help navigate your situation, so you and your loved one can be connected to appropriate resources. You may request ADCR services online or call 703-324-7948. The County also offers family caregiver support programs. You can find other caregiving resources on our website, www.restonforalifetime.org."
Real estate assessments for Fairfax County residents have come in, and the Board of Supervisors will soon decide on the tax rate for the coming year. Eligibility for tax relief is available for seniors who are at least 65 years of age, own or partially own their home and occupy it as their sole dwelling, and meet financial eligibility requirements: total combined household income cannot exceed $90,000, and total net worth of all owners residing in the home cannot exceed $400,000 (NOT counting the house and up to 5 acres of land). If the gross household income is $60,000 or less, then 100% of the taxes will be waived. If the gross household income is between $60,001 and $80,000, then 50% of the taxes will be waived. If the gross household income is between $80,001 and $90,000, then 25% of the taxes will be waived. Get an application at www.fairfaxcounty.gov/taxes/relief, or call 703-222-8234.
Beginning sometime this spring, Medicare will provide coverage for up to 8 at-home Covid-19 tests per month.
Good news for Fairfax County residents about real estate tax relief: The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors has passed the first expansion of real estate tax relief for seniors and people with disabilities in over 15 years. Beginning January 1, 2022, the income limit for 100% real estate tax relief will increase from $52,000 to $60,000. The income limit for 50% real estate tax relief will increase from $62,000 to $80,000, and the income limit for 25% real estate tax relief will increase from $72,000 to $90,000. The net worth limit for any real estate tax relief will increase from $340,000 to $500,000. Beginning in 2023, a new bracket will be added to give 75% real estate tax relief to individuals with income up to $70,000 and net worth p to $400,000. There will also be a new option of deferred tax payments (the current real estate tax relief waives some or all of the real estate tax).
Social Security has announced a 5.9% cost of living increase for benefits beginning January 1, 2022. The cost of living increase for 2021 was just 1.3%. Social Security income is 90% of total income for 40% of Social Security beneficiaries, so this is welcome news in meeting the increased costs of everything!
From The New York Times:

Covid Forces Families to Rethink Nursing Home Care

Even with vaccines, many older people and their relatives are weighing how to manage at-home care for those who can no longer live independently.
If you lost a loved one to COVID-19, you may be eligible for a government program that pays for funeral expenses. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will pay up to $9,000 for funeral expenses for loved ones who died of COVID-19. Survivors can apply for benefits by contacting FEMA, toll-free, at 844-684-6333. To find out if you qualify, read FEMA's Funeral Assistance FAQs.
Unfortunately, FEMA reports that scammers are contacting people and pretending to offer to register them for assistance. To avoid those scams, here are some tips:
• FEMA will not contact you until you call or apply for assistance.
• The government won't ask you to pay anything to get this benefit.
• Don't give your own or your deceased loved one's personal or financial information to anyone who contacts you out of the blue.
If you think you got a scam call, hang up and report it to the FEMA Helpline at 800-621-3362 or the Federal Trade Commission at ReportFraud.ftc.gov.
Thank you,
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Caring for an elderly family member, spouse or child with disabilities can be overwhelming. AARP offers many resources to help caregivers find support and services. Whether you are starting a caregiving plan, managing care from a distance or needing support for yourself, one of these three tools can help:
1. AARP has identified and collected Virginia-specific resources that include information about health services, home and community based resources, financial and legal resources, specific audience resources and much more.
2. The “Prepare to Care” Guide is a handbook to help develop and implement a caregiving plan for a loved one or friend. The guide is available in English, Spanish and Chinese and includes steps to get you started on your caregiving journey, tips to assess needs, national and federal resources, checklists and more.
3. AARP also has a toll-free family caregiving line for people taking care of a loved one. Agents are available to take calls Monday-Friday, 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. at 1-877-333-5885. The support line is also available in Spanish at 1-888-971-2013.
Medicare Workshop, June 1
Virtual Medicare 101 Workshop provides information on Medicare coverage options including Parts A, B, C and D, Medigap, and new changes to Medicare.
When: June 1, 1-2:30 pm
Sponsor: Virginia Insurance Counseling and Assistance Program (VICAP
Registration required (begins May 4). Call 703-790-8088, option 4 or go to librarycalendar.fairfaxcounty.gov/event/7460515
If you know of anyone who had a family member pass away from COVID-19, FEMA will provide up to $7,000.00 to reimburse funeral expenses for deaths that occurred after January 20, 2020. The program starts in April and the information can be found on:
https://www.fema.gov/disasters/coronavirus/economic/funeral-assistance
Medicare has announced that the 2021 monthly Medicare Parts A and B premiums, deductibles, and coinsurance amounts . The standard monthly premium for Medicare Part B will be $148.50, an increase of $3.90 from the $144.60 premium in 2020. The annual deductible for Medicare Part B beneficiaries will be $203, an increase of $5 from the $198 deductible in 2020.

The Medicare Part A inpatient deductible for hospital care will be $1,484, an increase of $76 from the $1,408 deductible in 2020.
The FTC has just launched a new website that makes it easy for people to report fraud, scams, and bad business practices. If you have received unwanted phone calls, need to report a bad business practice, or have been contacted in what you think is a scam, go to www.ReportFraud.ftc.gov to report.
The Social Security Administration has announced a 1.3% increase in benefits for 2021.

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Margaret A. O’Reilly, PC, is a community-based practice dedicated to providing estate planning services to clients of all ages and specialized elder law services to seniors and their families.

09/29/2022

Social Security has announced the Medicare premiums and copays for 2023. The basic Part B premium will DECREASE from $170.10 to $164.90, and the deductible will also DECREASE from $233 to $226. Premiums are adjusted for individuals making more than $97,000 per year (increase from $91,000, and for couples making more than $194,000 per year (increase from $182,000).

The hospital deductible under Part A will INCREASE from $1556 to $1600. The hospital copay for days 61-90 will INCREASE from $389 to $400. The rehab copay for days 21-100 will increase from $194.50 to $200.

Reston for a Lifetime 06/07/2022

Reston for a Lifetime

FInding Caregiving Assistance -
"According to Caregiving in the U.S. 2020, a report from AARP and the National Alliance for Caregiving, approximately 41.8 million Americans have provided unpaid care to an adult age 50 or older in the prior 12 months. The report also states that the main problems or illness that caused their loved ones to need care were “old age (16 percent), mobility issues (12 percent), and Alzheimer’s or dementia (11 percent).”
If you are noticing any changes in behavior such as memory loss, getting lost in familiar places or someone’s inability to follow directions, difficulty in cooking or leaving the stove on, there is help locally. Fairfax County’s Aging, Disability, and Caregiver Resource (ADCR) can help navigate your situation, so you and your loved one can be connected to appropriate resources. You may request ADCR services online or call 703-324-7948. The County also offers family caregiver support programs. You can find other caregiving resources on our website, www.restonforalifetime.org."

Reston for a Lifetime Helping Reston residents age in place

Tax Relief & Exemptions | Tax Administration 02/28/2022

Tax Relief & Exemptions | Tax Administration

Real estate assessments for Fairfax County residents have come in, and the Board of Supervisors will soon decide on the tax rate for the coming year. Eligibility for tax relief is available for seniors who are at least 65 years of age, own or partially own their home and occupy it as their sole dwelling, and meet financial eligibility requirements: total combined household income cannot exceed $90,000, and total net worth of all owners residing in the home cannot exceed $400,000 (NOT counting the house and up to 5 acres of land). If the gross household income is $60,000 or less, then 100% of the taxes will be waived. If the gross household income is between $60,001 and $80,000, then 50% of the taxes will be waived. If the gross household income is between $80,001 and $90,000, then 25% of the taxes will be waived. Get an application at www.fairfaxcounty.gov/taxes/relief, or call 703-222-8234.

Tax Relief & Exemptions | Tax Administration Fairfax County, Virginia - Tax relief for seniors and people with disabilities, veterans' exemptions, other exemptions

02/03/2022

Beginning sometime this spring, Medicare will provide coverage for up to 8 at-home Covid-19 tests per month.

01/31/2022

At Herndon Fortnightly Library, 768 Center Street: The AARP Foundation Tax-Aide program offers free, individualized tax preparation for low to moderate income taxpayers – especially those 50 and older. This program begins on February 3 and ends on March 16.
Registration is required: https://herndontaxaide.as.me/schedule.php
Dates: Tuesdays, 4-8 PM
Thursdays, 12-4 PM
Saturdays, 10 AM-2 PM

12/09/2021

Good news for Fairfax County residents about real estate tax relief: The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors has passed the first expansion of real estate tax relief for seniors and people with disabilities in over 15 years. Beginning January 1, 2022, the income limit for 100% real estate tax relief will increase from $52,000 to $60,000. The income limit for 50% real estate tax relief will increase from $62,000 to $80,000, and the income limit for 25% real estate tax relief will increase from $72,000 to $90,000. The net worth limit for any real estate tax relief will increase from $340,000 to $500,000. Beginning in 2023, a new bracket will be added to give 75% real estate tax relief to individuals with income up to $70,000 and net worth p to $400,000. There will also be a new option of deferred tax payments (the current real estate tax relief waives some or all of the real estate tax).

10/13/2021

Social Security has announced a 5.9% cost of living increase for benefits beginning January 1, 2022. The cost of living increase for 2021 was just 1.3%. Social Security income is 90% of total income for 40% of Social Security beneficiaries, so this is welcome news in meeting the increased costs of everything!

Here's how to decide who's a good fit for executor of your will 06/16/2021

Here's how to decide who's a good fit for executor of your will

Here's how to decide who's a good fit for executor of your will Determining who would carry out your wishes when you die, or who would make decisions on your behalf if you are incapacitated, is a key part of estate planning.

Covid Forces Families to Rethink Nursing Home Care 05/06/2021

Covid Forces Families to Rethink Nursing Home Care

From The New York Times:

Covid Forces Families to Rethink Nursing Home Care

Even with vaccines, many older people and their relatives are weighing how to manage at-home care for those who can no longer live independently.

Covid Forces Families to Rethink Nursing Home Care Even with vaccines, many older people and their relatives are weighing how to manage at-home care for those who can no longer live independently.

04/23/2021

If you lost a loved one to COVID-19, you may be eligible for a government program that pays for funeral expenses. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will pay up to $9,000 for funeral expenses for loved ones who died of COVID-19. Survivors can apply for benefits by contacting FEMA, toll-free, at 844-684-6333. To find out if you qualify, read FEMA's Funeral Assistance FAQs.
Unfortunately, FEMA reports that scammers are contacting people and pretending to offer to register them for assistance. To avoid those scams, here are some tips:
• FEMA will not contact you until you call or apply for assistance.
• The government won't ask you to pay anything to get this benefit.
• Don't give your own or your deceased loved one's personal or financial information to anyone who contacts you out of the blue.
If you think you got a scam call, hang up and report it to the FEMA Helpline at 800-621-3362 or the Federal Trade Commission at ReportFraud.ftc.gov.
Thank you,
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

04/22/2021

Caring for an elderly family member, spouse or child with disabilities can be overwhelming. AARP offers many resources to help caregivers find support and services. Whether you are starting a caregiving plan, managing care from a distance or needing support for yourself, one of these three tools can help:
1. AARP has identified and collected Virginia-specific resources that include information about health services, home and community based resources, financial and legal resources, specific audience resources and much more.
2. The “Prepare to Care” Guide is a handbook to help develop and implement a caregiving plan for a loved one or friend. The guide is available in English, Spanish and Chinese and includes steps to get you started on your caregiving journey, tips to assess needs, national and federal resources, checklists and more.
3. AARP also has a toll-free family caregiving line for people taking care of a loved one. Agents are available to take calls Monday-Friday, 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. at 1-877-333-5885. The support line is also available in Spanish at 1-888-971-2013.

04/16/2021

librarycalendar.fairfaxcounty.gov

Medicare Workshop, June 1
Virtual Medicare 101 Workshop provides information on Medicare coverage options including Parts A, B, C and D, Medigap, and new changes to Medicare.
When: June 1, 1-2:30 pm
Sponsor: Virginia Insurance Counseling and Assistance Program (VICAP
Registration required (begins May 4). Call 703-790-8088, option 4 or go to librarycalendar.fairfaxcounty.gov/event/7460515

librarycalendar.fairfaxcounty.gov

COVID-19 Funeral Assistance | FEMA.gov 03/30/2021

COVID-19 Funeral Assistance | FEMA.gov

If you know of anyone who had a family member pass away from COVID-19, FEMA will provide up to $7,000.00 to reimburse funeral expenses for deaths that occurred after January 20, 2020. The program starts in April and the information can be found on:
https://www.fema.gov/disasters/coronavirus/economic/funeral-assistance

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11/06/2020

Medicare has announced that the 2021 monthly Medicare Parts A and B premiums, deductibles, and coinsurance amounts . The standard monthly premium for Medicare Part B will be $148.50, an increase of $3.90 from the $144.60 premium in 2020. The annual deductible for Medicare Part B beneficiaries will be $203, an increase of $5 from the $198 deductible in 2020.

The Medicare Part A inpatient deductible for hospital care will be $1,484, an increase of $76 from the $1,408 deductible in 2020.

10/22/2020

www.reportfraud.ftc.gov

The FTC has just launched a new website that makes it easy for people to report fraud, scams, and bad business practices. If you have received unwanted phone calls, need to report a bad business practice, or have been contacted in what you think is a scam, go to www.ReportFraud.ftc.gov to report.

www.reportfraud.ftc.gov

10/13/2020

The Social Security Administration has announced a 1.3% increase in benefits for 2021.

Schedule Your Flu Vaccine at Select Senior Centers, Oct. 6-Nov. 9 | Neighborhood and Community Services 10/07/2020

Schedule Your Flu Vaccine at Select Senior Centers, Oct. 6-Nov. 9 | Neighborhood and Community Services

Flu vaccine clinics for adults over 50 – In partnership with the Health Department, the Department of Neighborhood and Community Services is offering flu vaccination clinics at select Senior Centers. This service is available to residents 50 and older by appointment only. To make an appointment, residents can call 703-246-6010, TTY 711. For more information, visit: https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/neighborhood-community-services/schedule-your-flu-vaccine-select-senior-centers-oct-6-nov-9

Schedule Your Flu Vaccine at Select Senior Centers, Oct. 6-Nov. 9 | Neighborhood and Community Services Fairfax County, Virginia - To help protect older adults in our community, the Fairfax County Health Department and Department of Neighborhood and Community Services are offering flu vaccination clinics at select Senior Centers.

Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers to expand - VAntage Point 09/09/2020

Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers to expand - VAntage Point

VA has expanded the family caregiver assistance program!!

Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers to expand - VAntage Point The Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers will expand sometime in October, with a launch date to be announced in mid-September.

Assisted Living and Nursing Homes: What's the Diff? 08/19/2020

Assisted Living and Nursing Homes: What's the Diff?

Informative presentation on understanding the differences between "assisted living" and "nursing homes" (also sometimes called "skilled nursing facilities"), by Attorney Doris Gelbman, Elder Law Attorney in Charlottesville.

Assisted Living and Nursing Homes: What's the Diff? Pressented at the Center at Belvedere (formerly, the Senior Center) by Doris W. Gelbman, Esq. - Elder Law Attorney. For more information contact Gelbman Law,...

07/27/2020

Social Security posted a caution on Facebook for people to watch out for scams -- calls telling you your Social Security has been cancelled, that you've been overpaid and need to reimburse the government, that you need to do anything to maintain or secure your benefits, and anything else related to your Social Security benefits is a scam. Over 400 people have responded to the Social Security post describing different scam calls that they have gotten. Please be careful. Social Security, like the IRS, will not call you. They will write.

07/08/2020

If you or someone you know is receiving Medicare benefits before reaching the age of 65 (for instance, is receiving Social Security Disability Benefits), Virginia now requires insurers to offer Medicare Supplement plans to anybody who qualifies for Medicare but has not reached the age of 65. Effective July 1, 2020.

05/29/2020

Several people have questioned the validity of the debit card they have received in lieu of a check for the Economic Impact Payment (aka COVID19 stimulus payment).

The government IS sending out prepaid debit cards in addition to checks. Unfortunately, they are sent in a plain envelope with no indication that they are from the government -- don't throw it away thinking it is junk mail! There is detailed information on the AARP website (www.aarp.org).

Here is a picture of the debit card. The letter it's attached to should be from the Money Network Cardholder Services and will have a Department of the Treasury seal in the upper right corner. Please follow the letter's activation instructions.

05/19/2020

Beware of telephone scammers pretending to be from Social Security or another government agency. If you receive a scam call, hang up and report the call to OIG.SSA.gov.

05/18/2020

Beginning this week, we are resuming office consultations for both new and existing clients. Remote appointments are also available, by telephone or videoconference, and we continue to make home visits where appropriate. If the events of the last few months have gotten you thinking about whether you have an effective estate plan in place to be sure that your wishes are honored and respected, let's sit down and talk about it.

Super Lawyers - Virginia and West Virginia 2020 - page1 05/14/2020

Super Lawyers - Virginia and West Virginia 2020 - page1

Honored to be included with many of my colleagues in the Elder Law category.

Super Lawyers - Virginia and West Virginia 2020 - page1 Super Lawyers magazine features the list and profiles of selected attorneys and is distributed to attorneys in the state or region and the ABA-approved

Creating your advance directive or living will during a pandemic 05/07/2020

Creating your advance directive or living will during a pandemic

Our clients are increasingly thoughtful about what they want to include in these documents. Give yours some thought today.

Creating your advance directive or living will during a pandemic Covid-19 has caused many people to think about their own mortality. If you're hospitalized and incapacitated, it's worth coming up with legal documents in case you and your family are faced with some tough decisions. Here's what you need to know.

Timeline photos 05/06/2020

You can designate somebody to manage your benefits for you if you become incapacitated -- must be done through Social Security (they will not recognize other designations such as a power of attorney). Make sure you have set up access to your Social Security account ("My Social Security") on the Social Security website (www.ssa.gov), and the instructions will be right there.

With Advance Designation, you can have peace of mind knowing that someone you trust will manage your benefits for you, if needed. Choose a representative payee for Social Security to consider before you may need one using your personal my Social Security account: http://ow.ly/WRgg50zacfS

03/29/2020

If you have taken or were planning to take a distribution from your retirement account in 2020, please note:
The Corona Virus Stimulus Act has waived RMD's from most retirement plans for 2020. This includes initial RMD's by those who turned 701/2 in 2019 and decided to delay the distribution until April 1, 2020. If an RMD has been taken but 60 days have not elapsed since the date of distribution, it can be redeposited into the IRA if you have not it before in the last 12 months.

03/20/2020

Nothing is certain these days except that things change! The deadline for filing 2019 tax returns (in addition to the deadline for paying 2019 taxes) has now been extended to July 15.

03/19/2020

The Internal Revenue Service has extended the deadline for paying any 2019 taxes that you may owe, but they have not extended the deadline for filing your tax return! Don't get caught or confused -- file by April 15 unless you request an extension. You can wait to pay any balance that you owe, but you can't wait to file your return!

03/13/2020

The Department of Health and Human Services has designated the coronavirus test as an essential medical service. This means that both Medicare and Medicaid will cover the cost and there is no deductible or copayment.

All Your Info In One Place. Just In Case. 02/07/2020

All Your Info In One Place. Just In Case.

This is being marketed to runners and bike riders, but could also be a lfe-saver for a family member with dementia who could wander off.

All Your Info In One Place. Just In Case. AN ID FOR EVERY WRIST Wrist IDs are wearable IDs that looks great, lasts forever, and just might save your life.

Have You Named a Legal Guardian for Your Kids? 01/26/2020

Have You Named a Legal Guardian for Your Kids?

Have You Named a Legal Guardian for Your Kids? No one likes estate planning, but it could mean the difference between stability and chaos for bereaved children.

12/18/2019

If you want to authorize someone to talk to Medicare on your behalf, you have to use the Medicare form -- don't count on your General Power of Attorney authorization to be enough!

According to Medicare: "Would you like for a family member or caregiver to be able to call Medicare on your behalf? Medicare can't give your personal health information to anyone unless we have permission in writing first. There are 2 ways to give permission:

(1) Print and fill out form CMS-10106: "Authorization to Disclose Personal Health Information" and then mail it to us.

OR

(2) Submit the form online with a Medicare account.
Don't have a Medicare account yet? Signing up is easy and gives you electronic access to your health information. Once you've signed up, fill out and submit the form online by following these steps:
1. Click on your name in the top right corner of the page.
2. Click "My account."
3. Select "Manage my representatives."
4. Click “Medicare Authorization to Disclose Personal Health Information form."
5. Enter the requested information and click the "Continue" button.

Sincerely,
The Medicare Team
Note: People living in New York have additional steps they must take. View the "Authorization to Disclose Personal Health Information form" to learn more.

Volunteers Are Taking Seniors On Rickshaw Rides To Get Them Out In Nature 10/10/2019

Volunteers Are Taking Seniors On Rickshaw Rides To Get Them Out In Nature

Fall is a great time to do something like this!

Volunteers Are Taking Seniors On Rickshaw Rides To Get Them Out In Nature "How can we get these people back on the bicycles?" One man decided to show up at his local nursing home with a rented rickshaw. This changed his life - and the lives of the passengers and the volunteers who came across his project, "Cycling Without Age".

The United States Social Security Administration 10/10/2019

The United States Social Security Administration

The Social Security Administration has announced a 1.6% cost of living increase in benefits beginning January 1, 2020. Watch for your Benefit Statement in the mail in December, or go online to www.ssa.gov and check under "my Social Security."

The United States Social Security Administration Official website of the U.S. Social Security Administration.

Playgrounds for older adults boost activity, decrease loneliness 08/29/2019

Playgrounds for older adults boost activity, decrease loneliness

Why should the kids have all the fun?!

Playgrounds for older adults boost activity, decrease loneliness The idea of playgrounds shouldn’t be limited to kids only. Tender children and elderly adults have more in common than any other age groups.

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