True Link announced today that it has opened 2019 submissions for its annual Scholarship to Promote Best Practices in Guardianship.
Did you know that ringing in 2019 coincided with a 2.8 percent increase to monthly Social Security benefits and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) payments?
George Guerrero has spent his entire career – more than 20 years – working in financial services at some of the top firms in the industry.
On April 6, 2016, The US Department of Labor released its much debated “Conflict of Interest Rule”, broadening the definition of “investment advice fiduciary”
When you become concerned about an elderly loved one, it’s easy to overreact or jump to extreme measures in order to keep them safe.
In honor of World Alzheimer’s Month, we’re sharing seven things you should know about the disease and its effect on those who have it and their caretakers.
For years, the True Link Card has helped guardians, conservators, and fiduciaries support their clients’ independence and protect their budgets.
True Link Financial is announcing its new partnership to provide True Link payment cards to STABLE Account holders.
We have good news: The federal government has now made it possible for you to freeze and unfreeze your credit for free.
It’s not too late to take action on the Equifax breach! A lot of our customers share our concern about the massive breach.
The following is a guest blog post written by David Rathmanner of LendEDU, a marketplace for student loans and student loan refinance.
With the holiday season in full swing, many of us are scrambling to find the perfect gift for everyone on our list.
True Link Financial, a nationwide financial services company that supports the independence and financial well-being of seniors and adults with disabilities,
With April around the corner, you may have taxes on the brain – but because Emancipation Day falls on the 15th this year,
The holidays often reveal signs that aging parents need some extra help as children who live far from their families return home for a visit.
With the holidays nearly upon us, it is easy to be consumed with final details and prep for a successful family feast.
Earlier this year, True Link Financial, in collaboration with the Autistic Self Advocacy Network andQuality Trust,
Special needs trusts (SNTs) are an essential financial tool for individuals with disabilities and their families.
A growing portion of our country’s population – the eldest – is quietly suffering because of the independence they have lost.
When tornados, floods, hurricanes and other natural disasters hit, the scammers are usually quick to follow.
When seniors discuss their finances with someone else, they are more likely to take steps to protect themselves against financial abuse.
You see the headlines about terrible scams, you read the research about elder financial abuse, but still you hope that it won’t happen to someone you love.
Last week, we released The True Link Report on Elder Financial Abuse 2015 that found seniors are losing $36.48 billion annually to fraud, scams, and financial exploitation.
At True Link, we know that tough conversations between seniors and their adult children can be one of the greatest challenges of aging.
When we founded True Link, we had a vision of helping millions of families protect their elderly loved ones from fraud and financial exploitation.
Can’t we all just get along? If you’re having trouble working with siblings to care for an elderly parent,
An at-home caregiver requests a $100 check “just this once” everyday for months; mom suffers from dementia and doesn’t realize she’s signed dozens of these checks.
Independent living community, retirement home, assisted living facility – whatever you call it,
It’s safe to say that very few of us enjoy receiving solicitations over the phone. In fact, according to a recent study published by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC),
It usually happens in the middle of the night or early hours of the morning. Your mom wakes up to the sound of the phone ringing and decides to answer it.
Telemarketing is big business for scammers. The Department of Justice tags the losses from telemarketing scammers at $40 billion dollars a year.
Yet another example of how older adults and people with disabilities are taken advantage of came roaring into sharp relief this week.
Is it possible to fall in love with a debit card? One of our representative payee clients did just that.