How can you tell if your aging parents already need help in managing their finances? How do you know when it is time for you to step in and take care of their financial affairs or hire a professional to do the job? While your parents may not be physically incapacitated in any way, you may need to provide the necessary intervention when you notice any of the following warning signs.
When you start noticing these signs, it may be time for you to hire a daily money manager (DMM) or personal bookkeeper to help your parents put their financial affairs back in order. A daily money manager may be able to help your aging parents with the following tasks:
Hiring a daily money manager can help seniors keep their independence while giving you the peace of mind that you deserve. To choose the right manager, look for someone with the right credentials and check if they belong to a reputable trade association such as the American Association of Daily Money Managers (AADMM). You should likewise ask for references from clients and meet a few before you decide.
To make sure you choose someone you can trust, give us a call at 770-733-1957 (GA) or 410-329-3300 (MD) or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.Absolutely Organized is a member of the AADMM and adheres to the high standards set forth in our industry for servicing our clients’ financial needs professionally and confidentially.
Kathy Trezise will be presenting a program, “Freedom from Disorganization: Clear the Clutter and Live Your Life”, at the North Atlanta Home Show on Saturday, February 20 at 3:00 p.m. at the Infinite Energy Center in Duluth. Click here to learn all about the program: http://www.infiniteenergycenter.com/events/detail/17th-annual-north-atlanta-home-show
Check out the article “Helping A Hoarder” in the February edition of NorthsideWoman.com in which Kathy Trezise is quote at http://northsidewoman.com/stories/Helping-a-hoarder,674?
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