Case Study: Financial Advisers—Taking a Comprehensive Approach

The “Money Talks,” hosts discuss what expertise financial planners bring to the table other than planning for retirement. Many households have a combination of several moving parts that can benefit from financial coordination, including but not limited to the mortgaging of the house, saving for college, managing business assets, personal and business taxes, risk tolerances, debt, 401(k)s and other retirement accounts, and health insurance.