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What to Do When You Suspect Financial Abuse Consumer Reports magazine: January 2013 (ConsumerReports.org®) Consumer Reports  wrote an informative article on the exploitation of seniors, “Protecting Mom & Dad’s Money”.   It will be included in their January 2013 edition.  Our Las...

Who will make medical and financial decisions in the event of your incapacitation or disability? These are important questions to discuss with your family members, loved ones, attorney and healthcare provider. April 16, 2013 is National Healthcare Decisions Day, a national initiative to encourage...

A new scam has surfaced targeting Medicare recipients. According to complaints filed with Better Business Bureau offices across the nation, scammers are calling Medicare recipients and urging them to set up a bank account to receive direct deposits from Medicare. The scammers claim to be working...

In Philadelphia and across the nation, elder abuse - physical, financial, sexual or by neglect - is a growing problem, yet it dwells in the shadows of the better-publicized crimes of child abuse and domestic abuse, advocates say.  The Philadelphia Inquirer recently published a story about this...

The Haisches built a substantial estate, including a ranch, and their wills from the 1990s reflected a desire to leave a substantial charitable legacy. Joe Duling became the Haisches' financial adviser.  He was also a realtor and broker. When Haisch was 90 years old, the ranch was put up for sale....

Every five seconds, an elderly person is abused in America  Learn how to protect and keep your elderly loved ones safe.  For insight on this rapidly growing epidemic watch Dr. Phil's archived show from Jan. 8, 2013 on Elder Abuse: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R2QU-3t5zRU For over...

January 2013 Edition - Senior Connections Magazine(Nevada’s Leading Senior Magazine) www.SeniorConnectionsNV.com   The January 2013 Edition of Senior Connections magazine published an informative article for Las Vegas seniors on a free national program called AlertID.  AlertID was...