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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

Senior Exec Exits LPL; Firm Cites 'Concerns' Over Interactions With Employees

Serious Concern, Optimism Follow New SEC Social Media Rules

Big IBD's Female Advisors Get Firmwide Mentoring Program

Camardas Ask Court to Force CFP Board's Hand

Male RIA Execs Draft All-Female Advisory Board

United Capital to Offer Stock Buyback to Advisors

Ex-NAPFA Chairman Sent Straight to Prison in Fraud Judgment

CFP Board Aims for New Academic Center & Journal

Washington Wealth Hopes to Lure More Advisors With NFP Deal

Ousted LPL Exec Advising Planning Startup

Affluent Investors Eye Commercial Real Estate

CFP Board Taps Ex-Regulatory Official for Disciplinary Panel

B-D Fined $175,000 Over Supervisory, Suitability Failings

Raymond James Group Closes In on LPL Asset Levels

Exec Shuffle Deepens Bench at Cambridge

Reality Check: Just How Risky Are Stocks?

LPL's Victor Fetter: Technology as Advisor Advantage

Document Management Company Finds Paperwork Payoff

CFP Board Aims for 81,000 CFPs

CFP Board Launches Reality TV-Style Ad Campaign

Advisors on the Move: Cambridge Snags $500 Million Team

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