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'When asked to recommend books for new advisers, we often suggest Getting Started as a Financial Planner.'
- Investment Advisor

'A must-read for emerging financial planners.'
- Advisor Today

'For anyone entering the profession or transitioning to financialplanning from a related field, Getting Started as a Financial Planner is well worth reading. Experienced planners whonever seem to find the time to do practice planning should alsobenefit.'
- Horsesmouth.com'Jeff Rattiner has been intimately involved with the development ofthe financial planning profession for nearly twenty years as aplanner, teacher, author, and educational innovator. Foranyone who is serious about entering financial planning as a firstor new career, Getting Started as a Financial Plannerprovides great insight from someone who can really sayhe's been there and done that. It's amust-read.'
- Marvin W. Tuttle, Jr., CAE
Executive Director/CEO Financial Planning Association

'Getting Started as a Financial Planner is a must-read forany professional interested in a career in financial planning. Asone of the industry's most respected teachers and practitioners, Jeff's book is packed with useful insights that every newcomerneeds to be successful.'
- John Whelan
Publisher, Financial Planning

'Right now, many people want to get into the field of financialplanning but may not know how. Jeff's easy-to-read, comprehensive primer is an excellent tool for those looking to getstarted in the profession, and highlights the client-centeredapproach that is crucial to the success of any financial planningpractice.'
- Robert P. Goss, JD, Ph D, CFP
Former President and CEO, Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards

'Thinking of becoming a financial planner or adding the planningdiscipline to your current professional practice? Jeff Rattinerhas written the perfect cookbook for those who want to enter thefinancial planning profession. His book is chock full of winningrecipes that will undoubtedly help newcomers create trulysuccessful financial planning practices. You could probablymake the leap without his book, but why would you want to?'
- Deena Katz, CFP
President, Evensky & Katz
Author of Deena Katz on Practice Management and Deena Katz's Tools and Templates for Your Practice

'I wish this book was available when I started in financialplanning. The book manages to integrate how to be a financialplanner with the academics of financial planning. The step-by-stepprogrammed approach can serve as a daily guide.Rattiner's extensive experience as a teacher, resourceperson, and planner gives a perspective lacking in today'scurriculum.'
- Steven I. Levey, CPA/PFS
Managing Director, GHP Horwath, P.C.

'If you truly want to serve your clients successfully, then you oweit to yourself and your clients to read this book. It's astep-by-step guide that will help your clients achieve theirfinancial dreams.'
- John Bowen
President and CEO, CEG Worldwide

2011-08-08
(4.2)
'When asked to recommend books for new advisers, we often suggest Getting Started as a Financial Planner.'
- Investment Advisor

'A must-read for emerging financial planners.'
- Advisor Today

'For anyone entering the profession or transitioning to financialplanning from a related field, Getting Started as a Financial Planner is well worth reading. Experienced planners whonever seem to find the time to do practice planning should alsobenefit.'
- Horsesmouth.com'Jeff Rattiner has been intimately involved with the development ofthe financial planning profession for nearly twenty years as aplanner, teacher, author, and educational innovator. Foranyone who is serious about entering financial planning as a firstor new career, Getting Started as a Financial Plannerprovides great insight from someone who can really sayhe's been there and done that. It's amust-read.'
- Marvin W. Tuttle, Jr., CAE
Executive Director/CEO Financial Planning Association

'Getting Started as a Financial Planner is a must-read forany professional interested in a career in financial planning. Asone of the industry's most respected teachers and practitioners, Jeff's book is packed with useful insights that every newcomerneeds to be successful.'
- John Whelan
Publisher, Financial Planning

'Right now, many people want to get into the field of financialplanning but may not know how. Jeff's easy-to-read, comprehensive primer is an excellent tool for those looking to getstarted in the profession, and highlights the client-centeredapproach that is crucial to the success of any financial planningpractice.'
- Robert P. Goss, JD, Ph D, CFP
Former President and CEO, Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards

'Thinking of becoming a financial planner or adding the planningdiscipline to your current professional practice? Jeff Rattinerhas written the perfect cookbook for those who want to enter thefinancial planning profession. His book is chock full of winningrecipes that will undoubtedly help newcomers create trulysuccessful financial planning practices. You could probablymake the leap without his book, but why would you want to?'
- Deena Katz, CFP
President, Evensky & Katz
Author of Deena Katz on Practice Management and Deena Katz's Tools and Templates for Your Practice

'I wish this book was available when I started in financialplanning. The book manages to integrate how to be a financialplanner with the academics of financial planning. The step-by-stepprogrammed approach can serve as a daily guide.Rattiner's extensive experience as a teacher, resourceperson, and planner gives a perspective lacking in today'scurriculum.'
- Steven I. Levey, CPA/PFS
Managing Director, GHP Horwath, P.C.

'If you truly want to serve your clients successfully, then you oweit to yourself and your clients to read this book. It's astep-by-step guide that will help your clients achieve theirfinancial dreams.'
- John Bowen
President and CEO, CEG Worldwide
Preface.
Chapter 1: The World of Financial Planning.
Describes who is attracted to the field, the origins offinancial planning, and recent trends in the industry.

Chapter 2: Foundations of a Financial Planning Career.
'Ten Must-Do's' for structuring a successfulfinancial planning business.

Chapter 3: Developing a Client Management System.
PIPRIM, a client management system that will help plannersdevelop a comprehensive financial consulting practice.

Chapter 4: The Spectrum of Financial Planning.
An overview of the many disciplines in financial planning andstrategies for overcoming client blind spots in each area.

Chapter 5: Compliance and Legal Issues.
How to comply with the many stringent laws affecting financialservices.

Chapter 6: Building the Practice Infrastructure.
How to develop a business plan and the business infrastructure, including establishing a compensation model that represents theplanner's practice philosophy.

Chapter 7: Marketing Your Practice.
Strategies to help your firm become recognized and wellknown.

Chapter 8: The Art of Client Communication.
Developing effective methods for communicating withclients.

Chapter 9: Running an Integrated Practice.
Three case studies incorporating the principles explainedthroughout the book.

Chapter 10: Resources and Training.
A discussion of professional groups, turnkey programs, software, books, and periodicals--including websites andtelephone numbers.

Appendix A.
Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards Code of Ethicsand Professional Responsibility: Section I.

Appendix B.
Trends in Staffing and Compensation.

Continuing-Education Exam.
For CFP Continuing-Education Credit And PACE Recertification Credit.

Index.
There has never been more opportunity for financial planners--ormore reasons for financial professionals to consider switching thedirection of their careers into this lucrative field. Today'splanners will cash in on the huge surge of baby boomers preparingfor retirement in the decades ahead. And as the number andcomplexity of investments rises, more individuals will look tofinancial advisers to help manage their money.

In the new paperback edition of this guide, Jeffrey H. Rattiner, apracticing financial planner and educator, provides a complete, systematic, turnkey framework for the aspiring planner to follow.Starting from the key question, 'Why do you want to be a financialplanner?' the author guides you through the development of aneffective infrastructure and client management system for yourpractice. The many essential concepts are clearly illustrated withexamples from practicing professionals. Throughout this handbook, Rattiner provides personal insights on how and why aplanner must develop a solid understanding of client needsbefore building a comprehensive financial plan.

Getting Started as a Financial Planner haseverything one needs to know--from how to set up apractice and communicate with clients to how to manage investmentsand market services--in order to launch a career infinancial planning and to attain success in this high-growthprofession.
Format
PDF-ebook
Sprache
englisch 
Seiten
346
Dateigröße
2.7 MB
abrufbar
24 Monate
Kopierschutz
Adobe DRM
Verlag
John Wiley & Sons
Ausgabe
3. Auflage ()
Artikel
DG2325449

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