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How do you know when a senior needs this service?
According to the U.S. Agencies on Aging, National Center for Elder Abuse website, it’s time to enlist help for a senior when the senior:
• Fails to pay bills on time, resulting in discontinued utilities, late fees, or penalties.
• Pays the same bills multiple times.
• Cannot keep track of assets or property, or loses checks, cash or, credit cards.
• Forgets to open and pay bills, deposit checks, and record expenses.
• Spends excessively on useless items or makes irresponsibly large donations to charities.
To find an appropriate person to help with finances, consider asking for a referral from a professional you trust, such as an elder law or estate attorney.
This press release contains only small excerpts from its original source. To read the full length of, Why Seniors Should Consider Daily Money Management, visit our Financial Library at http://www.csa.us/
The Society of Certified Senior Advisors (SCSA), provides free resources and tools for our members as an ongoing commitment that we have in helping professionals to understand the complex and dynamic lives of modern senior citizens.
SCSA’s mission is to educate professionals to work more effectively with their senior clients. For those who work with seniors, this means understanding the key health, social and financial factors that are important to seniors—and how these factors work together. For more information about SCSA and its educational course, please visit www.csa.us.
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Erica Ananich, SCSA
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