Protecting Aging Parents from Financial Predators

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Estimates from the Aging, Demographics, and Memory Study at Duke University show that 13.9 percent of Americans over age 71 have dementia, millions of caregivers trying to protect parents from financial predators and help them manage their money. Of course, even those who don’t have a dementia diagnosis may find it more challenging to pay bills or stay on top of finances as they age.

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