Think Critically and Ask Hard Questions

Pasztor, Jim
November 2010
Journal of Financial Planning;Nov/Dec2010 Practice Management, p10
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the critical thinking among the financial planners in the U.S. It notes that financial planners cannot be complacent. It points out that planners can help clients to be prepared and flexible as they can be. It explains that financial planning is considered as a science and an art. It suggests planners to consider the impact which will increase change, keep up with change without becoming overwhelmed, and whether to entrust the money.


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