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Media giants like Facebook and Google heavily influence the resources available to internet users and it’s creating skepticism among Canadians who are questioning whether they can trust that they’re finding valuable, accurate information to guide their important financial decisions, and rightly so. This environment of doubt and uncertainty is an opportunity for astute tax and financial advisors to shine.
Posted in: Strategic Thinking , DAC, knowledge bureau, Evelyn Jacks, distinguished advisor conference, financial advisors, ce credits, financial education, tax professionals, fake news, value proposition, Kirk LaPointe, financial planners
Trust. Fake news. Instability. These small words that carry a big punch because they’re emblematic of a new world order and the shifting sands of change. However, during DAC’s first day of presentations, journalist, politician and business leader Kirk LaPointe spoke about how “invested clients” can actually help you beat the disruption that trust failures provide.
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As a society, we have become over-confident that we can do anything, whether or not we have the skills and knowledge to, because of the wealth of information that’s available at our fingertips. Unfortunately, in the era of fake news, it becomes challenging to discern fact from fiction.