Senior Editor

Ann Marsh is Senior Editor and West Coast Bureau Chief of Financial Planning Magazine. She is also chair of the magazine's conference series, Women Advisors Forum. Prior to joining FP in late 2011, Ms. Marsh wrote a personal finance column for the Los Angeles Times for more than five years and, in the process, worked closely with financial planners. She is the co-author of several books including Copy This!, the autobiography of Kinko’s founder Paul Orfalea. A former longtime staff writer with Forbes Magazine, in both New York and Los Angeles, Marsh worked on the Forbes 400 for two years and wrote both cover stories. A former freelance writer based both in Prague and in and around Los Angeles, Ms. Marsh’s work has appeared in dozens of publications and websites, including The New York Times, Fast Company, O The Oprah Magazine and her alumni magazine, Stanford Magazine. One of her 9/11 stories was excerpted as the introductory essay in a book published by Salon.

Recent Stories From This Author

Welcome Remarks from the Conference Chair

Massive Wealth Transfer: Clients Rush Before Year's End

PERSON OF INTEREST: Caution in a High-Risk Culture

25 Great Schools For Future Financial Planners

Realms Of Influence: Financial Planning's Influencer Awards to Six Outstanding Advisors

John Azodi CPA Profile: Accounting for the Future

529 Plans: Untapped Potential of College Savings Plans

Family Feud: Review Estate Plans Annually

Financial Planning Critical Regardless of Wealth

Planners as Heroes: FP Pro Bono Awards

A Widow's Journey Coping with a Loss

Financial Planning Critical Regardless of Wealth: Survey

Family Feud Illustrates Importance of Revising Estate Plans Annually

RIAs Report Rising AUM, Revenues

LPL’s Enhances Platform to Take Work Off Advisors’ Plates

LPL Opens Up Model Wealth Portfolio Platform to Mass Affluent Investors

Annuity Inflows Increase, Overall Activity Declines

UBS Advisors Bring Venture Capital Focus in Move to HighTower

Think Small to Land Big

Lawmakers Appeal to Department of Labor to Coordinate With SEC