You’ve taken the expert advice and put mechanisms in place in case your aging parents lose their ability to make decisions. Perhaps you have a power of attorney for their finances, and a health care proxy for health care decisions, and you feel like your loved ones are now protected. However, with identity theft, it doesn’t matter whether or not the victims have decision-making capacity. Their identities, and thus cash and assets, can be stolen even if they’re able to handle their day-to-day affairs. Seniors are especially vulnerable targets for thieves intent on stealing identities and cashing in, so you need to be wise about extra protections you and your aging parents should be taking. Over at Next Avenue, writer Darren Guccione has put together a list of guidelines to protect identities and guard private information, especially when on the internet. Get the scoop, and keep your personal info safe, by Reading Here..