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Using legacy letters to help clients articulate their wishes | PFP learning library podcast archive

5 months ago · 30 min listen

The term legacy can come across as vague and intimidating. Often it is associated with assets left behind at death. In this episode of the PFP Section podcast, expert Susan Turnbull sheds light on the broader way to view legacy that will support your clients to get in touch with the difference they want to make in the lives of others now and later. Getting clear on these desires will help you to create a more targeted financial plan while also having meaningful conversations with your clients. Susan answers the following questions:

  • What does legacy mean to you?

  • Why is it important for advisors to talk with their clients about their vision for their legacy?

  • What are some ways to approach this discussion with clients?

  • What is a legacy letter or ethical will and how can advisors use this with their clients?

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