Warning Signs of Financial Fraud and Abuse Against Seniors

AARP BULLETIN | on Sat, Mar 18, 6:00 AM

According to Marcy Keckler, vice president of financial advice strategy at Ameriprise Financial, such scenarios should raise suspicion among the retiree's family or caretakers. "It may be that diminished mental capacity is becoming an issue, or perhaps someone has gotten involved in a way that's not authorized — or something was authorized, but it's not in the client's best interest," says Keckler. Whatever the case, the finances of the retiree should be immediately examined and more closely ...

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