APC Then and Now

  APC Then and Now   It was 1972; a 33-year-old Kemp Fain had discovered and joined a pioneering effort to professionalize “financial planning” as a field of study and service. Subsequently, he became the first enrolled student for the Certified Financial Planner designation and went on to become a driving force in the movement

Sunday Money: Women Make Great Investors

The findings are in!  The conclusion from a recent Wells Fargo Investment Institute report? Women make great investors. WBIR-TV recently interviewed Paul Fain, president of Asset Planning Corporation to talk about what makes women investors great investors.   PAUL, WHAT MAKES WOMEN GREAT INVESTORS? Women investors simply tend to follow recommended investment principles! As a

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2015 P. Kemp Fain, Jr., Award

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