This may sound sacrilegious for a planner, but I’ll admit it: I’m not a big fan of investment management. I do, however, have a passion for financial planning and helping people implement financial changes. So when I launched my firm, I decided to use a TAMP (Turnkey Asset Management Program) calledAsset Dedicationto handle most of the advanced investment management for me.

Even before I launchedFinance for Teachers, I knew I would outsource the investment management piece of my business. But I didn’t realize how many vendors there were catering to this need -- nor the variety of investing approaches they all took.

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