Is making bad financial decisions a sign of dementia?

Is making bad financial decisions a sign of dementia?

Ottawa Citizen4 days ago

Is blowing your life savings on a batch of bad investments a sign of early dementia?  Not necessarily, says Mary Schulz, the director of education at the Alzheimer Society of Canada. “We see people making judgments and problem-...

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