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China’s Bad Debt Managers See Profits Tank on Property Losses

Wealth Management

China’s distressed-debt managers have been in turmoil as aggressive lending to embattled developers and unchecked expansion into other areas during the sector’s boom years has beset the $730 billion funds with heavy credit losses.

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Debt Management in Estate Planning

Wealth Management

What if a client burdened with substantial debts or liabilities from their business unexpectedly passes away?

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The Importance of Debt Management

Advisor Perspectives

Incorporating debt planning into your services helps your clients achieve a more comprehensive and sustainable financial future.

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Why Liability Management Matters

Wealth Management

How technology is helping advisors navigate the debt management landscape.

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When Does A Financial Coach Need To Register As An Investment Adviser? The “ABCS” Test To Determine Status

Nerd's Eye View

Notably, while many financial coaches satisfy the majority of these requirements – they are in the business of offering advice to clients and are compensated as such – they often steer clear of making specific securities recommendations, focusing instead on areas like budgeting, debt management, savings, and retirement planning.

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Serving Pro Bono Clients As A Busy Advisor: How Advisers Give Back Makes Volunteering Easy

Nerd's Eye View

Most advisors are already familiar with many of the issues these individuals face, from setting goals to debt management, although the specifics might be slightly different given the typically lower incomes and wealth of pro bono clients. law) with established pro bono programs.

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Serving Pro Bono Clients As A Busy Advisor: How Advisers Give Back Makes Volunteering Easy

Nerd's Eye View

Most advisors are already familiar with many of the issues these individuals face, from setting goals to debt management, although the specifics might be slightly different given the typically lower incomes and wealth of pro bono clients. law) with established pro bono programs.

Clients 171