CPA financial planners are often in a position to be the first to recognize declining cognitive function in a client. Reina Schlager, CPA/PFS, takes you through a summary of her 6-part series so that you can protect your clients financially and ensure a smooth transition of care. She covers:
Does an 18-year-old need a durable POA?
Client experiences to give you ideas of what to look for with your clients
The 9 domains of diminished capacity
The 10 warning signs from the Alzheimer’s Association
Planning while clients are well
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