If you are one of the 5.6 million people between the ages of 40 and 60, chances are at least one of your parents is still alive, and possibly struggling to come to grips with their financial affairs. If the bills are beginning to pile up on your fathers fridge, your mum calls you in a panic because the electricity man has just arrived to cut off the power or your parents introduce to subject of you taking over their financial affairs, you might need to give your mum and dad a hand.
'Helping You Parents with their Money Matters' is an important book for those wanting to make sure their parents are being looked after financially. From helping your parents with their day-to-day finances to organising a parent's move to a granny flat, retirement home or nursing home, this book will provide you with solid, practical information for dealing with a sensitive issue often neglected by families.
This book will also provide you with all the information you need to help you to organise power of attorney, deal with any legal issues, discuss suitable investments, organise necessary insurances, and making a valid will.
If your parents are becoming frail and are no longer able to look after themselves, or they simply wanting to organise their financials affairs to avoid any problems in the future, 'Helping your Parents With Their Money Matters' will walk you through everything you need to know to make the best decisions s easy as possible.
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