When someone is bereaved, it can be painful to continue to receive mail, phone calls and emails to your dearly beloved. Let us introduce to you the Canada Bereavement Registry where you can pro-actively remove a deceased loved one from telemarketing and direct mail databases. Find out more about this service.
Has your spouse been taking care of the paperwork and bill payments? What happens when that spouse dies? Read a client story on just this predicament and how Financial Concierge can help.
John, a lifelong businessman, exclusively handled the family finances. Dealing with congestive heart failure, shortness of breath, signs of dementia, chronic pain and depression, the formerly astute businessman, was simply not feeling well and neglecting his personal or business affairs. His long-time lawyer, accountant and business partners had been noticing for a while that he…
Read about one of our client success stories where an elderly man with mobility issues hired Financial Concierge to take the pressure off his children. Now his children can just enjoy the time they get to spend with their dad.
In this article, we highlight a change in the eligibility criteria for Coverage for Seniors by the Government of Alberta. Also, we share a story about financial mistreatment of our elders and how we can help with money management services.
In this month’s newsletter, check out the updated statistics about one-person households in Canada. Also, we share a client story about getting organized and in control of his day-to-day money management after his wife died.
Experts urge training, support and rest for aging caregivers as seniors caring for seniors in retirement becomes increasingly common. As people live longer, caregivers can expect to spend years caring for a spouse or even a parent. And older caregivers, many in their seventies or eighties themselves, often grapple with special challenges…
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