Caregivers generally tend to their elderly/disabled family members as a labor of love, but it can also be taxing for them financially and otherwise.

These 11 tips can help you manage the financial side of caregiving and keep things under control.

  1. Talk about it now before it’s too late
  2. Review estate planning documents
  3. Keep financial documents organized and accessible
  4. Know what’s important to your loved one
  5. Seek professional advice
  6. Look into public benefits
  7. Supervise finances even while the loved one still can
  8. Keep them safe from scams
  9. Consider how your lifestyle and finances will be impacted
  10. Continue to work and communicate with your colleagues
  11. Take care and get support

This list is only scratching the surface! Download the PDF below to learn more about how to implement these tips.

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