Updated Friday, October 31, 2014 as of 4:31 AM ET

Preventing Client Abuse: Financial Advisors Are Vulnerable

You may be the strictest adherent to a fiduciary standard - but that doesn't mean your clients aren't at risk of fraud on other fronts. Financial abuse, often aimed at the elderly and those in declining health, is more widespread than is generally assumed. As illustrated in these recent cases, the consequences can be devastating:

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