The Skinny on Teaching Options

November 2006
Journal of Financial Planning;Nov2006 Supplement, p9
Academic Journal
The article discusses teaching options for financial planners who wish to enter the field of education. Planners can participate in non-credit continuing education courses, which are frequently sponsored by community colleges and run on a truncated schedule, community seminars, which can increase credibility and potential client base, and undergraduate and graduate teaching at universities, which is the most demanding in terms of time and preparation, but offers benefits that go beyond a paycheck.


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