Released into the Wild: Advice from a Rookie CFP

November 2006
Journal of Financial Planning;Nov2006 Supplement, p16
Academic Journal
The article presents advice for newly certified financial planners at the beginning of their careers. Financial planners that wish to succeed in the industry should make sure that they understand the financial services landscape, which will allow them to better shape their career path, learn the terminology and jargon that is commonly used by the industry, read the book "The Cutting Edge," by Bob Veres, and join the Financial Planning Association, which allows them to network with other planners and learn about the profession.


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