A client posed this thought-provoking question: Are the laws are strong enough to control elder fraud? Do we need more laws?
What if this is your mother or father? What can you do? First, act quickly. Once you know that a scam was set in place, change the phone number, and change it as often as necessary.
Once personal information has been released, a senior citizen has lost their identity almost forever.
How to avoid financial turmoil after the loss of your partner.
Steps to significantly reduce your changes of receiving an IRS audit notice.
An item’s investment value shouldn’t be your first consideration.
Any email or phone attempt to obtain your personal finance information is in all likelihood a scam.
$16 billion was stolen from 12.7 million U.S. consumers in 2014.
"Dad was billed for physical therapy several times after his death."
If your personal status changes, so should your investment strategy.
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