In an article from Sunday’s New York Times Opinion Section (12/8/19), the reporter discusses how his very patriotic 88 year old grandmother was defrauded and lost her life savings. She believed that she was helping the government stop a multi-million dollar international money laundering scheme.
We all have to be vigilant in protecting our family and clients’ assets from all sorts of scams.
Thank you to all who attended last Wednesday’s Orion NYC Elder Care meeting on Financial Abuse.
Perry A. Shulman, CPA
Chairman, Orion Eliminate Elder Abuse and Neglect Commitment Committee
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Perry A. Shulman, CPA, Chair, Orion Elder Abuse Committee