Protecting yourself and your loved ones from elder financial abuse

The financial abuse of seniors is a growing problem across the United States and raising awareness is an important step toward prevention. Learn more about who may be at risk, the warning signs, and steps you can take to help protect yourself and your loved ones.

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Next steps to consider

Review the Creating a Safety net tipsheet for a list of things you can do to help prevent elder financial abuse.

Read our Aging Well Guide for help getting started with family conversations to plan for your future including finances, health and wellness, aging and housing.

Learn more about the actions you can take to help prevent financial elder fraud.

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