Planners everywhere understand that time is one of a practice’s most precious assets. A quick search for CRM, portfolio performance reporting and other time-saving tools are proof of this.

Now imagine giving that precious time away. That is precisely what Lazetta Rainey Braxton, founder of Chicago-based Financial Fountains, does through the Union League Boys and Girls Club. Braxton volunteers with the Foundation for Financial Planning, which recently expanded a grant program at 15 Boys and Girls Clubs across America. The money helps fund Family Finance Night, a series of financial skills sessions followed by individual financial counseling of Boys and Girls Club members and students. 

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