Passing on the NFL draft, Cardale Jones has a better idea: Study to become a financial planner
The Ohio State quarterback won the National Championship, humiliating the opposition, and doing it all after being relegated to third string
It’s great to see an athlete thinking about his future beyond his playing days. However, the Ohio State University was playing University of Oregon not Oregon State for the national championship. When I moved to Oregon, I learned very quickly those two schools are not to be confused, especially when it comes to football.
CFP in Oregon,
Duly corrected! Shame on me. One of my good friends just moved from Corvallis to Eugene
and he is the first to tell you that Ducks and Beavers have little in common.
In my opinion the CFP designation has been hijacked by non-fuduciary brokers and salesmen and is forever lost in the battle to have financial planning be a profession. It is, and always has been, and industry. When clients can’t follow their planner when he changes jobs, that’s an industry who sees clients as consumers, not a profession.
Why FINRA's late appearance into smoothie-throwing broker James Iannazzo's life might be rough
It's been about 11 months since Merrill Lynch fired him, and the CFP Board stripped him of the CFP mark; attracting the SRO's attention means more woes.
December 29, 2022 at 1:05 AM
FPA keeps adding coaches to its pro-bono roster but quid pro quo makes the medicine go down as mom-and-pop consultants help mom-and-pop advisors
Charesse Hagan is the latest to join Financial Planning Association's 'Coaches Corner' which 'gives back' to the community, but coaches also can leverage volunteer work into paid gigs
August 2, 2019 at 12:48 AM
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