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Alert: Protecting Financial Interests of Parents and Grandparents

Aging has its good points and its bad points. First, just reaching the plateau called “elderly” gives one the great benefit of reflecting on a life well-lived. But it also produces the need to be careful of the fraudsters and abusers that constantly prey on seniors.’s Brenda Richardson. in a post on their website, delves into this issue in some detail, offering suggestions on how younger folks can help their parents and grandparents cope with the challenges of managing their financial resources. Read her post here…


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