Our population is aging. As our families grow older it our lives get busier. Often we are working full time with kids in school and trying to care for our aging parents. This job gets tougher if we live across town or across the state.
Phone scams are becoming more and more common. Sadly, elderly people are often be a target because they may not know any better or realize that the phone call is not from a legitimate source. You may be able to protect your loved ones financially by teaching them about the warning signs of a scam. Here are 3 quick lessons to share with them: