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Last updated 5/17/2019 at Noon



Dear SharonAnn,

I am a baby boomer, my kids are grown and gone, and I'm watching my parents grow older. Sometimes my parents do silly things, like buying a thousand forever stamps because the price is going up. They'll save $13 over the course of 10 years of using the stamps because, well, who mails anything anymore?

Sometimes they do scary things, like sign up for a trip to volunteer in Myanmar. They hate going to the doctor, and usually don't until something is very painful. My question is this: When should I step in and help them make better decisions?...



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