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Protect your elderly parents' finances

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ATLANTA (CBS46) -

Scammers find easy targets in the elderly, often because their adult children are not aware of their financial circumstances or their relationships.

Better Call Harry reports on one daughter who returned home to find her mother had lost tens of thousands of dollars to a man she met at a hospital.

(Bankrate.com has tips on how to manage your parents' finances.)

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