Class is in session: Planning professors' book recommendations
School's in session: Financial Planning's annual schools list features 102 CFP Board-registered programs at colleges and universities where prospective planners are learning the skills they need to hone their craft. Now you can, too, from the comforts of your desk, the chaos of your commute or while at home — or really, wherever you prefer to enjoy a good book.
We asked some of the professors featured on the list to share books they would recommend for next gen advisors or young prospective planners. These titles offer insights on a variety of important subjects — how to have complex discussions with clients about their finances, the emotional and psychological aspects of planning, building a practice from the ground up, and even how to decide whether or not planning is the right vocation (read: not just a job).