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Eldercare Series: Should You Sign a Power of Attorney Form at the Bank or Open a Joint Account with Your Elder?

Even if you currently have medical or financial Power of Attorney for your aging loved one, banks and financial institutions may have their own version of these forms that they may ask you to sign. It’s up to you, your loved one, and your legal advisors if you sign them or not, or if you go a different route such as opening up a joint account.

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Deborah Shure answers the question about whether your nanny or elder caregiver is your employee or self employed
Deborah Shure answers the hard questions and discusses nanny & elder caregiver contracts, gross versus net pay & more
Deborah Shure discusses why paying your nanny or elder caregiver cash under the table is never a good idea
Deborah Shure discusses why an online calculator might not be the answer to your calculation frustration
Deborah Shure helps you get started with payroll for your nanny or elder caregiver