Florida House Proposes Bill to Protect Elders from Financial Fraud

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According to the Senate Special Committee on Aging, senior citizens are common targets of fraud and financial abuse, with a combined estimated annual loss of $2.9 billion. The Florida House of Representatives is taking steps to combat the abuse with HB 143 which recently passed the second committee on a unanimous votes.

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