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What an adviser should do when a client names them as a beneficiary in their will

May 31, 2016

The following question appeared on an adviser forum during the past month. I found the question interesting, so I made it the focus of this month's column. An adviser from Colorado asked for help on the following situation: “Recently, I was...

What to do when a disgruntled client still owes a financial planning fee

May 5, 2016

This month's question comes from an adviser who has a tough client issue. Q: I need your opinion about how to handle a disgruntled client who still owes me part of my planning fee. The client is an elderly woman who came to me after trying to...

When one spouse tries to sneak away money

April 10, 2016

This month's question comes from an adviser whose client — and old friend — made an unethical request behind his spouse's back. Q: I am a CFP professional and provide financial planning advice and investment management assistance to my former...

Trading insults with a bully rarely works

March 20, 2016

This month's question comes from an adviser who got heckled. QRecently, I was a panelist at a conference in Detroit along with three other advisers. The topic was “The Best Approach to Investing.” The subject generated great interest and...

Couple's divorce poses conflict for their adviser

February 5, 2016

Q: I got a call from a long-time client last week asking to schedule an appointment without her husband. I try to meet with married couples together, so I asked why she wanted to meet alone. She never has before. She told me that after 25 years...

What to do when a colleague's cognitive skills are deteriorating

January 8, 2016

As human beings we encounter ethical choices frequently as we go about our daily lives. Do we tell the clerk at the grocery store he undercharged us for the organic bananas when he mistook them for ordinary ones? Do we return the extra five...

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