The benefits of being a financial planner


I have been a financial planner for almost five years now. Looking back I can say the experience I’ve accumulated over those years has brought me benefits far more valuable than money can buy. Here are some of the intangible benefits of being a financial planner.
1. You are compelled to fix your own financial situation. The benefit that has the most impact is that you are forced to straighten out your finances. Being forced to do so is not actually a bad thing, in fact, it may be the best thing that can happen to a financial planner. Let’s face it, when we talk to a financial planner, we assume that we are talking to someone who somehow has his finances in order.
We don’t really expect them to be perfect but we want to learn the most effective techniques in personal finance that have been tried and tested. If you are a personal planner yourself, knowing that you have the right habits and behavior toward personal finance gives you more peace of mind when sharing truthful experiences rather than being hypocritical.
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