Protecting Seniors from Identity Theft

Identify theft is an unfortunate reality of our times, and seniors can be especially vulnerable to this life-altering crime. If you’re a senior yourself or are helping care for an elderly friend or family member, there are a number of things you can do to protect personal information from falling into the hands of the wrong people. Minimize Ma...


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Five Ways to Help Aging Parents Navigate Finances

Use of technology among senior citizens continues to skyrocket, but many older Americans have difficulty using technological tools for financial matters, preferring instead the same methods they have always used. If your aging parents are experiencing difficult, here's how you can help: Real-Time Banking: Twenty years ago, you could write a che...


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How to Discuss Finances with Your Aging Parents

People are living longer than ever before. Thirty years ago, the average life expectancy in the U.S. was 74.5 years. Today, that number is inching toward 80 years due to advances in medical care, awareness about the importance of healthy living, and a variety of other factors.                                               ...