Introduction to Financial Planning FP101
This course provides a comprehensive examination of the entire financial planning process, along with an overview of the specific areas of personal income tax planning, risk management and insurance, investment planning, retirement planning and estate planning. The course introduces methods of gathering client data and teaches students how to work with clients to set goals. Students learn how to process and analyze information, construct personal financial statements, and understand the elements of a written financial plan, including implementing, monitoring and reviewing the plan. The course also covers communication skills, the regulatory environment, time value of money tools, and other financial planning economic concepts.
Who Should AttendRecent college graduates, career changers, retirees, and financial services professionals.
PrerequisitesMay be taken concurrently with any additional financial planning course except FP106 Estate Planning
- Fall, Spring, Summer
Textbooks and Class Materials
- Dalton-Personal Financial Planning Theory & Practice- 9th edition Kaplan Financial ISBN 978-14754-4086-7. The book can be ordered from the publisher 1-888-694-3568
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