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Holly Kylen protected her mother by lowering the credit limit on her credit card

YOUR MONEY: How to swoop in and manage your parents' finances

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NEW YORK, March 24 (Reuters) - You get that call - all is not right with mom or dad. Suddenly, you have to step in and take over a life's worth of financial details.

For most people, this call comes too soon, before relatives have passed along key information about accounts and passwords, causing panic. But it's still a daunting task even for those who have planned ahead.

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