Ann-Margaret Carrozza, Esq.
Author and Elder Law Attorney
Learn why a simple will is not enough. You will learn flexible legal structures to protect your home and other assets from long-term care liabilities, family discord, estate and capital gains taxes. Plus, find how to protect loved ones with special needs, planning for pets and avoiding blended family warfare.
Join Robert Vessichelli, Corporate Security Lead Investigator for PSEG Long Island, for an important discussion on how fraudsters are targeting Long Island utility customers. Learn what types of scams are out there, what to look for, how to report a scam, and, most importantly, how to protect yourself and your money.
Find out how to protect yourself from scams, fraud and more.
Learn the ins and outs of Medicare, a federal program that offers health insurance to American citizens and other eligible individuals. The program is often called Original Medicare. It has two parts—Part A and Part B.
Want to know where to find incredible Italian? A fabulous fish fry? Or tops in tapas? Come meet the Newsday food team in the Feed Me Lounge. Plus, listen on stage as they discuss the Feed Me Magazine Food Lover’s Guide to Long Island: a deep dive into local food and drink.
Learn what works and what doesn’t when considering this move with your home.
Get in-depth advice on enrollment for Medicare. Enrollment is open Oct. 15 through Dec. 7 each year. In the United States, annual enrollment (also known as open enrollment or open season) is a period of time, usually but not always occurring once per year, when Medicare beneficiaries may choose to change their plan selection for the upcoming year, effective Jan. 1.
This workshop will educate patients about screening and prevention.
Getting ready for the next chapter or have already decided to retire? Find out five key strategies when considering the big move.
Enjoy a simple and easy-to-follow Zumba class where you can learn fun dance moves and exercise techniques.