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“Deductible Care”

Moving into a continuing-care retirement community can generate tax deductions. Wesley Enhanced Living CEO, Jeff Petty, discusses his ideas that would allow more middle-class retirees to move into continuing-care retirement communities with potential tax benefits: http://articles.philly.com/2016-04-18/business/72400546_1_roth-ira-deduction-40-percent

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“Unbelievable: A Jewish Senior Senior Living Community in a Methodist Corporation”

After an extensive two-year review process, Martins Run joined the Wesley Enhanced Living (WEL) family of communities in March 2015. The biggest challenge facing the organization was cultural transitions. Learn how WEL preserved Martins Run's already existing culture, while demonstrating openness to new cultures and traditions. https://www.seniorhousingforum.net/blog/2016/3/23/unbelievable-jewish-senior-living-community-methodist-corporation  

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Do Americans understand what a CCRC Is?

At Wesley Enhanced Living, we want people to live fulfilling lives, not just age. But, in order for us to demonstrate how continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs) benefit residents by enhancing their lives, we needed to begin correcting the widespread misconceptions that surround CCRCs. Our Vice-President, Marketing & Sales Shelley Ballet highlighted the importance of CCRCs in a story for McKnight’s Senior Living: http://www.mcknightsseniorliving.com/guest-columns/do-americans-understand-what-a-ccrc-is/article/482777/.

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Martins Run Joins Wesley Enhanced Living; Becomes Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line

The partnership, announced December 2014, will build on the longstanding continuing care retirement community’s proud legacy with new investment and innovative service offerings MEDIA, PA (March 1, 2015) — Effective March 1, longstanding continuing care retirement community Martins Run affiliated with Hatboro-based senior living provider Wesley Enhanced Living and will now be known as Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line. The affiliation, which was announced in December 2014, will allow operating synergies, economies of scale and provide greater access to capital for community re-investment projects anticipated over the coming years. Wesley Enhanced Living Main Line will also offer a new fee schedule that will...

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