Financial planners have several tools they can use to steer clients away from destructive behavior, said industry experts at a conference in New York on Tuesday.
“Focus on long-term goals by prompting emotion,” Russell James, associate professor in Texas Tech University’s division of personal financial planning, said during an early-morning address at the NAPFA Practice Management & Investments conference. James is also director of graduate studies in charitable planning at Texas Tech.
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