Since 1993, the Financial Planning Association (FPA) annually bestows the P. Kemp Fain, Jr. Award to an individual who upholds the FPA’s Core Values of competence, integrity, relationships, and stewardship, and has made remarkable contributions to the profession of financial planning in the areas of service to society, academia, government and professional activities. The award
WBIR: Certified Financial Planner Paul Fain from Asset Planning Corporation discusses a new survey by TD Ameritrade.
WBIR: Some companies are now adopting a policy of allowing workers unlimited vacation. Paul Fain, certified financial planner with Asset Planning Corp., discusses the development.
When I meet with a client to discuss their financial plan – whether we’re developing a “new” plan or having an annual review – an important part of the conversation centers around the investment plan. How are their financial resources going to be invested to meet their wants, needs and wishes for the future? And
WBIR: Student loan debt in the United States continues to grow, but financial advisor Paul Fain has some tips for students (and parents) for trying to keep the cost of college low.
WBIR: September is “Life Insurance Awareness” month – an effort to raise awareness about the need for life insurance. Certified Financial Planner Paul Fain joins us to look at your insurance plan and your money.
WBIR: Building credit early makes it easier to reach financial goals but Millennials have the lowest credit scores and shortest credit histories among all age groups, according to a new study by NerdWallet.
At today’s meeting of The Federal Reserve Board a decision was made to not increase key interest rates in the U.S. economy. A rate increase is still expected sooner than later, and it will be the first rate hike since 2006. Analysts generally agree that the pace of future rate hikes will be more important
WBIR: Labor Day, the first Monday in September, is an annual tribute to the contributions workers make to the well-being of our country. It’s also is a time to appreciate the opportunity how your job impacts your personal financial plan.
WBIR: Certified Financial Planner Paul Fain explains why the crazy market this week may have been a good thing for investors.