WASHINGTON – When it comes to preventing elder financial abuse or helping identify aging clients with diminished mental capacity, financial advisers may do well to heed simple advice: if you see something, say something.
"If you are going home, but still thinking about that client, then you need to do something about it," says Dr. Nancy Needell, who is also an instructor in psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medicine, a research unit at Cornell University.
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