NEW YORK -- Clients and their children need to start talking about how to prepare for long-term care during retirement and inheritance before problems and conflicts arise – and advisors can help start the conversation. That’s the message Bob Mauterstock, CFP, delivered at IMCA’s New York Consultants Conference here on Monday.

“It can get very complicated, but these are issues that need to be discussed,” Mauterstock said.

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