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2. Consider a prepaid cellphone (you pay before making calls) instead of the usual kind (you pay after you've made calls). All the big carriers offer them, but rarely advertise them. They can save you tons of money.

3. Talk to children and grandchildren using an app like Skype (available for smartphones, tablets and computers) or FaceTime (for Apple phones, tablets and computers). It's free phone chatting over the Internet, with video. Both parties must have the app, but your kids likely do already.

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4. Outsmart scammers. If your bank or a big store emails you to report a problem with your account, don't click the link and log in. The email is fake and it takes you to a bogus website. When you "log in" the bad guys snag your password.

The guide for agents under a power of attorney is for family and friends who have been named by loved ones to make financial decisions on their behalf in a legal document, known as a power of attorney. People often make these arrangements so someone they trust can handle their finances if they become sick or injured and are unable to do so themselves. The power of attorney can be revoked at any time your loved one wants as long as he or she is still able to make decisions. The guide explains what you can and cannot do as an agent. It outlines the importance of careful money management, keeping your money separate and maintaining good records.

The guide for agents under a power of attorney is for family and friends who have been named by loved ones to make financial decisions on their behalf in a legal document, known as a power of attorney. People often make these arrangements so someone they trust can handle their finances if they become sick or injured and are unable to do so themselves. The power of attorney can be revoked at any time your loved one wants as long as he or she is still able to make decisions. The guide explains what you can and cannot do as an agent. It outlines the importance of careful money management, keeping your money separate and maintaining good records.

The guide for agents under a power of attorney is for family and friends who have been named by loved ones to make financial decisions on their behalf in a legal document, known as a power of attorney. People often make these arrangements so someone they trust can handle their finances if they become sick or injured and are unable to do so themselves. The power of attorney can be revoked at any time your loved one wants as long as he or she is still able to make decisions. The guide explains what you can and cannot do as an agent. It outlines the importance of careful money management, keeping your money separate and maintaining good records.

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