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A power of attorney (POA) can grant you certain authority and specific responsibilities. While the extent and limitations of POAs can vary based on many factors, stepping into the role of power of attorney can be unlike anything else. That’s because it puts you in the driver’s seat to make key decisions and oversee vital needs for someone else. That doesn’t mean that POAs come with carte-blanche powers or that one power of attorney will mirror another. Explaining how POAs work, this guide shares more fundamentals, detailing some common types of powers of attorney and the responsibilities you may have as an agent of one of these devices.
Believe it or not social media scams have been picking more pockets than any other scam today––including phone call and text fraud. 1 There have been more than $2.7 billion in losses to social media scams between January 2021 and June 2023. 2 And whether or not you’ve seen these cons in action, they don’t look the same today as they did even a year ago. 2 They’re becoming more personalized and harder to detect...



How can I stay involved in the financial planning process?

Actively participate in discussions, ask questions, and stay informed about your financial plan. Regularly update your planner on any significant life changes, and be open to adjusting your plan as needed to stay on track toward your goals.


Are financial planners only for wealthy individuals?

No, financial planners can assist individuals at all income levels. They can provide valuable guidance on budgeting, debt management, and planning for future financial goals, regardless of your current financial status.


What information should I bring to my first meeting with a financial planner?

Bring documents related to your income, expenses, assets, and liabilities. Be prepared to discuss your financial goals, risk tolerance, and any specific concerns or questions you may have.