Putting a plan in place prior to recognizing dementia in your clients is ideal. In part 4 of this PFP Section podcast series, Reina Schlager, CPA/PFS, discusses the following:
Why it’s important to act while your clients are healthy
Planning documents and other considerations
Preserving dignity for the impaired client
What can go awry and how to avoid
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