There are myriad demands placed on advisers who are responsible for guiding and advising their clients. No two clients are the same, each with their own risk profile and investment time horizon as well as different needs, wants and goals. Advisers also face enormous pressure regarding new regulatory rules, fee compression coming from robo-advisers and handling market volatility. However, there is one commonality: retirement.

No matter the time until retirement, or expected retirement date, all clients need help with investing for retirement. An important part of this is how an adviser promotes good investment behavior — and helps avoid bad investment —to stay on track.

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