Professional advisers have traditionally shown little interest in helping their wealthy clients to make decisions about philanthropy. However, Kym Madden reports that a new study investigating the attitudes and behaviours of Australian advisers has found that they increasingly want to be of greater assistance in this area. Professional advisers have traditionally shown little interest in helping their wealthy clients to make decisions about philanthropy. However, Kym Madden reports that a new study investigating the attitudes and behaviours of Australian advisers has found that they increasingly want to be of greater assistance in this area. The study of 115 financial planners and legal advisers (with an affluent client base) found that…

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