Financial advisors must ask themselves the daunting question of how honest clients and prospects are with them.
Advisors who don’t fully understand a client’s situation will find it difficult, if not impossible, to provide the best advice. Clients and prospects generally want to be straight with their advisors, but sometimes psychological and behavioral issues get in the way.
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