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Senior Abuse Often Hits Uncomfortably Close to Home

By Green & Schafle |

Ten Thousand New Seniors Are “Born” Every Day Approximately ten thousand Americans turn 65 every day in our country. The trend is set to continue until at least 2030. To perpetrators of financial fraud against the elderly, that means ten thousand new victims arrive every 24 hours. The result of their nefarious efforts has… Read More »

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Philly District Attorney Launches Unit to Go After Elder Financial Abusers

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Philadelphia Raises Awareness of Elder Financial Abuse Philadelphia is getting serious about its elder financial abuse problem. As we noted in a recent blog post, the Philadelphia Office of the Securities and Exchange Commission announced that it would be hosting public awareness talks and meetings to combat the growing problem of elder financial abuse…. Read More »

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New FINRA Rules to Help Prevent Senior Financial Abuse

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Last year around this time, the securities industry watchdog, FINRA (the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority), approved new rules and guidelines related to the detection and prevention of the financial exploitation of senior Americans. The new requirements are scheduled to go into effect early next month. In anticipation of the new rules, FINRA recently issued… Read More »

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Elder Financial Health Impacts US Economy, says Philly Fed Chief

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Philadelphia Federal Reserve CEO Takes on Elder Financial Health In a recent conference on elder financial exploitation comprised of representatives of financial institutions, financial advisors, and regulators, the president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, Patrick T. Harker, set his sights firmly on the growing problem of elder financial health and… Read More »

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