Visit these websites for advice and financial resources.
Kelsey Blackwell Oct 19, 2016
National Stroke Association: Connect to a local support group, which may be able to
offer advice and resources for financial help in your area. Visit the National Stroke Association website to find a support group.
Taxes: AARP offers free tax preparation and has trained experts who work with recent stroke survivors. Visit the AARP website.
Financial Planner: Find a local, fee-only financial advisor, who is not compensated for selling financial products. www.napfa.org/
Medicare: Evaluate your Medicare options. www.allsup.com/medicare-advisor
Bankruptcy: Should you file for bankruptcy? Could you negotiate with collectors to reduce your debt? Find answers here: http://bankruptcyresources.org/
Life Insurance: Life Happens, is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping consumers make smart insurance decisions to safeguard their financial health. www.lifehappens.org/
Long-term Disability Insurance: TrustedChoice.com helps you choose the right insurance company and insurance agent. www.trustedchoice.com
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