SEATTLE Early in her career, when Lisa Kirchenbauer sat down with a client, she'd collect data and tell them what to do.
"I was the expert," Kirchenbauer, president of Omega Wealth Management in Arlington, Va., told a couple of hundred planners at the FPAs annual conference. "The challenge with that is clients don't always implement our advice."
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