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Having a Joint Account With an Adult Child

Having a Joint Account With an Adult Child

In the United States, over five and a half million people suffer from Alzheimer’s disease. As the population ages, more people are expected to suffer from dementia and other cognitive impairments. A joint bank account can come in handy as a means to avoid some of the problems that can come with managing finances when someone is struggling with cognitive impairment. Shared banking accounts can help simplify money management for an adult child and their loved one who is suffering…

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Powers of Attorney and Helping Care for Elderly Parents

Powers of Attorney and Helping Care for Elderly Parents

Introduction: What is a Power of Attorney? (POA) Powers of attorney are documents giving someone you trust the right to make decisions for you if you become incapacitated. Incapacitated means your can’t communicate or understand. POA stands for “power of attorney.” The person making the power of attorney is the principal. The person given authority is the agent. A power of attorney agent is someone who has the legal responsibility to act on your behalf. Regarding health care; an agent…

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