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  1. Aleksandra Sagan
    Students can take advantage of tuition tax credits to reduce their tax burden
  2. Leah Golob
    College or university students who pay at least 75% of their schooling costs feel more confident in financial decision-making and budgeting
  3. Fiona Collie
    Naming a second spouse or a grandchild as the direct beneficiary of an account could lead to various unintended consequences
  4. Leah Golob
    Most advisors offer financial planning, but only about half of clients have a plan
  5. Natixis Global Asset Management
    Don’t be passive about discussing the benefits of active investing
  6. Natixis Global Asset Management
    In this Partner Report from Natixis Global Asset Management, explore insights that can help reframe how advisors view risk.
  7. Leah Golob
    Discussing these issues can save your clients trouble in the long run
  8. Jennifer Cheng
    Young clients may be too busy having a good time to worry about saving for retirement, but you can plant the seed
  9. Dwarka Lakhan
    Longevity and unexpected health-care costs could derail many clients’ plans
  10. Lakhan Dwarka
    Without some risk, adequate returns over the long term are unlikely