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You Might Be A Caregiver If…
There are 40.4 million of them in the United States. They assist with household chores, provide transportation, help with medical and personal care, offer emotional support, and supply even the simple companionship that can make such a difference in someone’s quality of life. And they do it all without the benefit of a paycheck.
They are family caregivers.
YOU DID IT!!! You’ve completed college or trade school. You even have the shiny new diploma or certificate to prove that you’ve taken ONE. HUGE. STEP. toward a brighter future and financial independence. YESSSSSS!!!! There’s only one thing left to do (well besides taking off that cap and gown and enjoying a giant piece of congratulatory cake): You need to cut the financial cord – and remove your parents from your bank account.
Or maybe you have no earthly idea. The truth of the matter is, there are a lot of people who think they can afford to buy home and can’t. And others who think they can’t afford to buy a home and actually can. So how do you know where you stand?
Everyone knows it. The Internet has forever changed the way we live. Today, we use websites to help us shop, bank and even date more easily. But what many people may not know is that the way we experience those sites with bright colors, flashy photos, helpful links and comparison charts and interactive videos is not the same for everyone.
It’s especially different for those with disabilities.