Fundamentals of Financial Planning
Fundamentals of Financial Planning introduces you to the financial planning process and to the technical skills a competent financial planner must possess in order to serve clients successfully. Learn the fundamental elements of financial planning (insurance, investments, taxation, retirement planning and employee benefits, and estate planning) and their corresponding interrelationship in providing comprehensive personal financial planning. This course also explores the financial planning industry including the current economic environment, regulation and licensing, reporting and compliance, and compensation methods and also defines and reviews the CFP Board of Standards Code of Ethics.
- Financial planners seeking board certification
- Accountants, investment advisors and brokers
- Insurance agents
- Retirement plan and employee benefits specialists
- Anyone considering financial planning as a career
- How to develop a financial planning practice, including the current economic environment, regulation and licensing, reporting and compliance, and compensation methods
- How to define, review and apply the CFP Board Code of Ethics and Professional Responsibility
An undergraduate degree in any field.
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All courses in the Certified Financial Planning program are based on the most recent textbook edition available from the publisher. Contact our office if you have any questions regarding book editions or ordering.
Personal Financial Planning Series: Theory and Practice, Kaplan Financial
CFP Board Standards of Professional Conduct, CFP Board
Financial calculator. One of the following is recommended: HP 17BII+, HP10BII, HP12C, TI BA 11 Plus, EL 738C
Optional Supplemental Textbook:
Schweser Review Volume I: Fundamentals, Kaplan Financial
This course is not available for college credit.
Completing this class earns 33 continuing education credits as required by the Texas Department of Insurance.