George Kinder: Why we need to build a Golden Civilisation

I was bothered more than most by the banking crisis of 2007-8 and the following great recession. I’d started work in the industry in the Great Recession of 73/74, and was part of the early Financial Planning and fee-only communities in America, reacting to the institutionalisation and product sales orientation of the bulk of the profession. 

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Kinder: Why I’m a huge fan of robo-advice

 

We asked George Kinder, the founder of the global Life Planning movement, for his views on key topics facing planners and his thoughts on the challenges ahead:

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Kinder: Chartered and Certified both unsustainable

If you want my contemporary take on the designations, I think both CFP and Chartered are impressive as far as they go. With great respect for each, my personal preference is toward the CFP with its dedication to actual planning and its more holistic approach.

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11 steps for Life Planning by George Kinder

Our democracies could use a dose of Life Planning.

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