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Medicaid Planning During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Planning for retirement while the coronavirus pandemic is ongoing may seem strange, considering how many people are simply struggling to make it through the current crisis. However, in some ways there has never been a better time to figure out how you intend to care for yourself in your later years, especially if you are approaching retirement age. If you are an older American and wondering how you will manage healthcare costs after you retire, you should consider Medicaid planning as part of your retirement plan. Continue reading “Medicaid Planning During the Coronavirus Pandemic”

NY Rent Moratorium Extended Through August

In a recently issued executive order, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has extended the state’s moratorium on rent for an additional two months through August 20, 2020. The moratorium, which began in March, suspended all legal action to evict tenants who fail to pay rent while the moratorium is in effect. While landlords have reacted poorly to the extension, tenant advocates are celebrating it as a reprieve from difficult economic circumstances caused by the coronavirus outbreak. Continue reading “NY Rent Moratorium Extended Through August”

Governor Cuomo Suspends Evictions During Outbreak

Governor Andrew Cuomo signed an executive order on March 20, 2020 creating a 90-day moratorium on all residential and commercial evictions. In practice, this means that no one in New York State can be evicted from their rented property until at least June 20, 2020. The purpose of the moratorium is to ensure people can remain in their homes and properties during the coronavirus outbreak, limiting the spread of the disease. Continue reading “Governor Cuomo Suspends Evictions During Outbreak”