Some of your clients’ sons or daughters may be struggling with debt. It’s hard to pay for school, a mortgage, or business loans while juggling daily expenses. Or maybe someone is a little too liberal with his credit cards.

Your clients depend on you for financial advice, and hopefully they’ve been passing some of it to their children. Still, the best advice often goes unheeded. If one of your clients alludes to a worrying situation with a child’s finances, offer to help.

These articles provide insights on how to deal with a variety of debts. Your clients will appreciate the guidance; and helping now could save you hassle down the road by ensuring they won’t have to bail their kids out.

How to climb out of student debt

Investing for the long term

Curing your heirs’ affluenza

A (smarter) happily ever after

Should you rent or buy?

How to pay back taxes

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Originally published on Advisor.ca

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