Financial Care for Your Aging Parent

This is intended for a global audience.

ISBN: 978-1-77040- 192-1

Number of pages: 176

Is your parent taken care of financially? This book covers the key decisions that every adult child of an aging parent must make in order to provide loving support to the people who matter the most.

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Caring for your aging parent can feel overwhelming, and having to assume control of your parent’s finances in order to ensure bills are paid and he or she has enough to live on can be more than anyone wants to take on.

However, children of aging parents commonly wish to be able to provide the same level of love and support to parents as they so generously offered to their kids, so becoming a parent’s power of attorney and managing the money when he or she can no longer do it may seem like the right thing to do.

When you have an elderly parent whose finances need to be managed by you or someone else as a designated power of attorney, understanding the potential stress on your parent’s (and possibly your own) finances and savings as he or she transitions into a new part of life and knowing how to manage financially can help ease difficult times. Financial Care for Your Aging Parent explains in easy-to-understand language how you can manage a parent’s finances and ensure that the important things are taken care of.

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Publication Date Mar 14, 2014
Market Global
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Edition First Edition
Pages 176
Size 6 x 9
ISBN 978-1-77040- 192-1

Author Details - Lise Andreana, CFP, CPCA

Lise Andreana, CFP, CPCA is a go-to source for financial reporters nationally and is relied upon for her financial planning expertise combined with her unique certification as a Certified Professional Consultant on Aging. She is a frequent guest speaker at industry events and holds over 18 years of experience as a financial planner, founding her company Continuum II Inc. During this time she has helped over 1,200 clients, ranging from retirees of the 1930s and '40s, Boomers of the '50s and '60s, and young adults of today. Lise is also the author of the Self-Counsel Press title ‘No More Mac ‘n Cheese – The Real Wold Guide to managing Your Money for Twenty-Somethings’. Lise also holds the CPCA designation: Certified Professional Consultant on Aging, which she studied for and gained in preparation for writing this book.

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