Crash Course: Best Back-to-School Books for Advisors

Financial Planning - First the rise of robo advisors, now a wild market with no end to volatility in sight – you can’t be blamed for wondering what’s next. But a little extra knowledge and confidence in your own skills can do wonders in helping you feel prepared for any challenge.

"This book can help a young planner broaden their thinking when it comes to helping clients plan for retirement. Some of the best results of financial planning come not just from managing the growth of a portfolio and how best to withdraw those funds," says Eric Sawyer, CFP and director of planning at Texas Tech University. "The best ideas come from melding those financial assets with someone's human capital because you're not just extending the life of one's portfolio, you may wind up extending a life well-lived."

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