Advisers serve as financial therapists, seeing clients when they are at their best and their most vulnerable.
Discussions about debt, end-of-life care, and retirement, are personal and intimate conversations, and for many clients, building open communication and trust is vital to keeping their adviser throughout their lives. To maintain that relationship for the long haul, it is important for advisers to incorporate various life factors into building a client’s portfolio.
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