Stephanie Tower Keating: Teaching the Fundamentals
- When Planners Are Coached. Newton, Catherine // Journal of Financial Planning;Feb2001, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p78
Interviews financial planners and coaches about the concept of coaching in financial planning. Definition of a coach; Types of coaching in financial planning; Reasons for seeking a coach in planning; Payment system for coaches.
- Planners of Tomorrow. Keeble III, John B. // Financial Planning;Jul2001, Vol. 31 Issue 7, p137
Suggests the need for financial planning profession to develop a flow of new prospective planners. Key to building or maintaining a significant financial planning practice; Contribution of the life insurance industry to financial planning; Several ways to enter the financial planning profession.
- TO THINK . . . LIKE A CFP. Wagner, Richard B. // Journal of Financial Planning;Jan1990, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p36
In this essay, the author argues that for financial planning in general, and Certified Financial Planner recipients in particular, to become accepted and respected as a real profession and as real professionals, CFP practitioners must "think" as professionals. This means developing a...
- Reader Spotcheck. // Journal of Financial Planning;Aug2001, Vol. 14 Issue 8, p29
Presents chart and graph representations of survey results about financial planning. Reason financial plans fail; Collaboration between financial planners and psychotherapists; Business climate for financial planning practice.
- Cyberplanning on the Internet Frontier: What Practitioners Need to Know. Thompson, Duane R. // Journal of Financial Planning;Jun99, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p24
Focuses on the benefit of the Internet in financial planning in the United States. Significance of the regulatory focus on pure fraud for financial planners; Tips in establishing the compliance requirements for the Web site.
- Targeting the High Net Worth Client: Realistic Goal or Elusive Quest? Most, Bruce W. // Journal of Financial Planning;Jun99, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p50
Discusses whether the subject of building a practice predominately of high net worth (HNW) individuals is a realistic goal for most financial planners. Definition of an HNW client; Financial planning issues for HNW individuals; Comments from industry executives.
- Planning Your Financial Future. // Hispanic;Jun1999, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p18
Focuses on financial planning. Recommendations from several financial experts; Importance of planning one's financial future.
- Serving the High-Net Worth Individual. // Practical Accountant;Nov2000, Vol. 33 Issue 11, p24
Offers advice for financial planners on how to effectively serve high-net worth individuals. Attributes being looked for in an advisory firm; Importance of communicating with the best clients when the market starts to have a bad run.
- Karmic Marketing. Phipps, Melissa // Financial Planning;Dec99, Vol. 29 Issue 12, p92
Evaluates financial planning as a profession. Information on financial planners; Financial planning strategies; Views on financial planning.