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I hope you at least had the signature properly witnessed.

You will keep the original in a safe place and I keep a copy with me whenever I have to deal with mom's financial or healthcare problems. Usually you will be asked to show it only the first time you deal with each institution and they keep a record on file. And you may want to make sure his bank accepts it, sometimes they have their own forms to fill out.
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The only people who would need a copy of the Power of Attorney would be your Dad and whomever he had appointed to be his POA.   Hopefully Dad has a primary POA and secondary POA in case the first person is unable to fill his/her duty.

You mentioned your Dad filled them out?   Did he not use an Elder Law Attorney?
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