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Did you know?
- Incapacity is not age related, it can happen at any time.
- There are two basic types of power of attorney: one for personal care and one for property.
- Naming a trust company as your attorney for property can ease the burden on your caregivers.
The Wealthy Barber Has a Power of Attorney. Do You? Check out this video to see why David Chilton, author of best-selling personal finance guides The Wealthy Barber and The Wealthy Barber Returns, and former dragon on CBC’s Dragons’ Den, thinks it is important to get a proper power of attorney in place. This video is produced in collaboration between RBC Wealth Management Royal Trust and David Chilton.
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