Ten Stupid Things Aging Americans Do to Mess Up Their Lives and Financial Situat by Joyce Holly
(Realities of Aging) (Volume 1)

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In the Twenty-First Century, members of the Greatest Generation have become sitting ducks! Self-interested relatives and acquaintances--who, until lately, were often content to fight over the spoils AFTER the death of the senior citizen--now, increasingly, scheme to snatch the money and run while the aged victim is still alive! From deciding between having a will v. a trust...from tips on managing income-producing residential real property...and planning for prospective hospitalizations and incapacity...to making general durable powers of attorney work to your benefit rather than to your detriment...and managing con artists and untrustworthy relations...and dealing with government bureaucrats who want to infringe on your precious privacy and independence--this is the book for those who prefer to age with their dignity and self-worth intact...and for those who cherish the seniors in their lives, or plan on becoming seniors themselves one day!
 

About Joyce Holly

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Joyce Holly is the nom de plume of a retired attorney. She is interested in helping individuals avoid costly errors in planning for later life financial well-being ... including the error of failure to plan. Joyce's house mortgage is paid off, and she will eventually spend her free time enjoying her dog and chickens ... but not until she's no longer physically able to indulge her love of travel to her favorite destinations. In the past few years she has visited Costa Rica, Singapore, Catalina Island, and Chaco Canyon. Joyce still has a long bucket list of other places she hopes to visit before she gets those pets and settles down!
 
Published January 23, 2014 by Thirteenth Amendment Publishers. 140 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Law & Philosophy.