Financial planning is the process by which a person or family works with a financial professional to set goals, financial and otherwise, and to develop a plan for meeting them. A Certified Financial Planner™ (CFP®) is trained to develop a plan to serve as that map or GPS. And the CFP™ designation means they must adhere to a code of ethics and a fiduciary standard that require them to put their clients’ best interests first. To find a CFP® in your area, visit the Financial Planning Association’s national database at www.PlannerSearch.org.
Whatever you’re financial circumstances, it’s probably a good idea for you to consider working with a financial planner if…
The stock market’s volatility sends you into an extreme state of agitation. This “may mean that you don’t have a real plan for your investments and just pick stuff at random to buy,” says Kristi C. Sullivan….
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