Financial exploitation has been called “the crime of the 21st century” with one study suggesting that older Americans lost at least $2.9 billion to financial exploitation annually by a broad spectrum of perpetrators, including persons they know and trust, as well as strangers. Awareness is the first step. Planning ahead for financial wellbeing and the possibility of diminished financial capacity is critical. Reporting and early intervention are vital to preventing loss and recovering loss when possible. Join us to learn more with Chase on a financial health workshop “Scams and ID Theft” and learn to protect yourself.