Advisers who seek to give back to their community — while also attracting new clients — often consider serving on the boards of charities or nonprofits.

However, just because the cause may be a worthy one doesn’t mean that there aren’t conflicts of interest or other pitfalls along the way. Advisers need to plan their work in this area just as carefully as they plan their clients' finances.

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