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The Growing Epidemic of Financial Elder Abuse (and What CPAs Can Do About It)
Editor: Albert B. Ellentuck, Esq. The incidence of financial abuse perpetrated against the elderly in the United States is growing to epidemic proportions. Because the elderly are the fastest-growing segment of our population, more and more victims and
Published on April 19, 2010
Featured Sessions from the E.D.G.E Conference
Featured sessions from the EDGE Conference for Young CPAs
Published on July 18, 2011
Assisting the Newly Widow[er]ed
This article discusses ways to aid clients who have suffered the loss of a spouse or other close loved one.
Published on March 18, 2013
Background and Methods of Integrative Tax Practice
CPAs must assess the methods, skills, and tools needed for family practice to better integrate clients’ most important personal finance concerns.
Published on March 13, 2013
Unlocking the Mystery of Healthcare Planning for Retirement: Second Edition
Modern medicine has extended life expectancy, but the added years often come at a high cost--and most of these costs are not covered by Medicare. Advisers must understand what Medicare can and cannot do. This guide gives you the information you need to help your clients make the healthcare decisions that will directly impact their retirement planning.
CPA ElderCare - PrimePlus: A Practitioner's Resource Guide - Third Edition
This newly revised and expanded resource guide with CD-ROM toolkit answers your questions about offering CPA ElderCare and CPA PrimePlus services to older adult clients and their families.
The CPA's Guide to Long-Term Care Planning
Along with advice regarding income, gift, and estate taxes, your clients may need your help to plan for future long-term care needs. Turn to this book for answers on elder law issues and concerns, including advanced directives, Medicaid, Medicare and a multitude of other topics facing elderly clients.