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Taking Control of Finances For Aging Parents

Taking Control of Finances For Aging Parents

When your aging parent is no longer able to keep track of bills, investments and money management, someone else must step in. Often the parent has appointed an adult child or other relative to do the job. 3 mistakes to avoid Mistake #1: Failure to communicate. Most...
How To Give Your Parent A Peaceful Passage

How To Give Your Parent A Peaceful Passage

There are few things more difficult than saying goodbye to a dying parent. In between talking to doctors and family members, not to mention trying to cope emotionally, what affairs do you need to get in order? Death is the last taboo, and we learn about it in sterile...
5 Tips For Caring For Someone With Dementia

5 Tips For Caring For Someone With Dementia

Being a caregiver to a loved one is an incredibly rewarding experience, yet it’s also a difficult one. And if your loved one has dementia, caregiving can be even more challenging. Five tips when providing care for someone with dementia. 1. Be open to new ways of...
Power of Attorney

Power of Attorney

Having your affairs taken care of should an emergency happen is incredibly important, whether you’re single or married, have kids or not. You worked hard for your savings, and your assets should be used as you wish to take care of you in the event of incapacitation or...