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Guiding clients with diminishing mental capacity: Ten warning signs | PFP learning library podcast archive

2 months ago · 20 min listen

CPA financial planners may be the first to recognize dementia in their client and this can go a long way towards protecting the client’s assets and ensuring a proper care plan is put in place. In part 3 of this podcast series, Reina Schlager, CPA/PFS, discusses the following:

  • The ten warning signs that your client may be declining mentally

  • Examples of what to be on the lookout for with these warning signs

  • What to do once you have identified an issue with your client

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