Psychology and Spirituality: How Deep Do Planners Want to Go?

Irish, Maureen E.P.
April 1999
Journal of Financial Planning;Apr99, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p54
Academic Journal
Explores the psychological and spiritual issues in a client/financial planner relationship. Financial planners' attitudes towards exploring a client's psychological and spiritual issues around money; Common values among financial planners; Factor which is crucial to a solid planner/client relationship.


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