With the wide array of tools, technologies and devices out on the market, financial planners certainly have plenty of opportunities to use the latest and greatest in their businesses.

Many planners rightly make large technology investments in their businesses, but Steven Copeland, the principal of Safe Harbor Financial Planning based in Bronxville, N.Y., warns that many of these may turn out to be counterproductive.

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