Senior Financial Abuse and Exploitation Costs Americans $36.48 Billion per Year -- TrueLink Financial


SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- American seniors are losing $36.48 billion every year to senior fraud, exploitation and financial abuse—more than 12 times the most widely reported previous estimate. >>> Read more . . .

Families, Tech and Caregiving: FCA Showcases Emerging Technologies for Caregivers

SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Most long-term care in this country is performed by families, not institutions. And, as in other areas of our society, new technologies have emerged as change agents in that care.

Targeting scams against the elderly

34% of lawyers polled said they are dealing with or expect to have senior clients who have been exploited.


As Living Standards Fall for Seniors, Some see Signs of a Silver Revolution

Fear about security, discrimination, new threats to cut programs for seniors.


Fraudsters Try More Tricks on Elderly

People aged 60+ filed 26% of fraud complaints; one in five aged 65+ was 'abused financially.' Their example: a woman aged 85.


A bank's proper role with older adults

Should banks intervene if customers exhibit unusual behavior in handling their money?


Boomers wearing bulls-eyes

Boomers may be growing percentage of victims of investment schemes that drain their savings.


WSJ: Live very very long and prosper

A look at how to save enough money to live into your 90's.


Daily money management services keep seniors independent

Services for paying the bills and balancing the checkbook to giving to charity, filing insurance claims, managing investment income.

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