How to save $100,000 with a $500 donation to a nursing home

Posted September 03, 2018 07:31:20 In 2017, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services released the National Health Service Survey, which revealed that a whopping 60% of American women (and over 50% of men) do not consider themselves nurses, according to a report by NPR. 

And the number of women in nursing is on the rise, with an increase in women over 50 years old, and an increase among women over 60.

The latest data shows that more than 3 million American women and 1.8 million men ages 50 and over did not consider nursing a career in 2018.

The report also found that a third of women and 30% of both men and women did not find the nursing career appealing in 2018, with a fourth saying they would be more likely to choose a career as an artist or a musician.

The survey also found there were 6.5 million Americans in nursing homes with at least one nursing home resident.

In 2017 the average number of nursing homes in the U, according the National Association of Nursing Homes, was nearly 1,200.

So how do you save money when it comes to nursing home care?

The good news is that it’s not difficult.

Below is a list of nursing home savings tips that you can use to reduce your nursing home stay, including how to save money on room and board, pay your bills, and more.

How to Save on Nursing Home Care Tips: •The cheapest way to save on nursing home costs is to get a credit card.

A credit card can be a great way to get money into your checking account, or you can pay for your nursing care at a participating nursing home.

A card can also be used to pay for basic living expenses like rent, utilities, and food.

The cost of a card will depend on your income and the monthly interest rate on the card.

•If you’re looking to buy your own room and get some extra room, you can look for an option with a lower monthly payment. 

You may also be able to get an offer from a nursing or home care company for a lower price. 

•Use the savings to get some savings on your next nursing home purchase.

A new nursing home can be pricey.

You can save up to 50% or more on the nursing home you purchase, but the money will have to be paid back within three months, so plan accordingly.

For example, if you purchase a nursing facility with a monthly payment of $20,000, you’ll need to pay back $30,000 by the end of 2020, and then $25,000 each month until the end.

If you need to increase the nursing facility, you may want to consider a discount program with a discount coupon, or even a referral program.

For more information on paying for nursing home expenses, visit

For more information about how to help a nursing care facility with your nursing-home bill, visit the NARSAC Nursing Home Help Line at 1-877-737-4741.