Improving Client Relationships By Helping Educate their Children

Resources help parents share appropriate financial lessons with kids from six to sixteen.


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Most people with families will tell you that their main concern is protecting and providing for their children. While the clients themselves may have found their own success, they often find themselves struggling to pass on financial literacy and savvy to their children, which increasingly becomes a concern when thinking about ensuring their children’s financial well-being. This creates an excellent opportunity for the advisor to step in and provide bite-sized financial literacy education to help the client accomplish this; such examples might include teaching money-related concepts to children at an early age or otherwise passing along easily digestible financial lessons via email. By doing so, the advisor not only provides some much-needed peace-of-mind for the client but more importantly enhances his/her working relationship with the next generation as well.

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