There are several options available for family members to get paid to take care of a loved one.
Learn the difference between independent contractors and household employees and your tax responsibilities for both if you decide to privately hire care.
These financial measures increase the likelihood that the person you care for benefits from uninterrupted care throughout their lives.
Learn more about long-term care options, their costs, and what to do today to financially prepare for future care needs.
There are several ways to access additional funds for your loved one's care expenses including getting paid for your care work.
Join Aisha Adkins in influencing policy by creating your customized caregiver invoice.
Amy is a caregiving expert and columnist at AARP. She has also been a family caregiver her entire adult life.
Life-extending measures are the default care provided in times of illness and crisis, but they might not be the right choice for you or a loved one.
You may be familiar with advance care planning if you’ve helped a loved one document their wishes, but how much thought have you given to your own future care needs?
Q&A with Dr. Ben Veghte, research director at Caring Across Generations, on caregiver financial burden and why now's a crucial time to address compensation for family caregivers.
A former caregiver answers common caregiver questions about long-term care insurance.
These caregiving-related deductions can help you save money on your taxes.
Medicare and Medicaid two government-sponsored healthcare programs that have specific eligibility requirements based on age and income.