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Financial Planner Careers

Those who choose one of the many financial planner careers must have knowledge of finance and have an interest in helping people. People hire financial planners for a variety of reasons. Some are interested in investing their money and need advice on stocks and money market accounts. Meanwhile, others may want to retire rich or plan their estate.

Individuals who begin a financial planner career can assist clients with planning all aspects of their finance, or they may focus on one area. For example, some financial planners work solely with individuals who want to plan their retirement. Sadly, many retirees must seek employment. On the other hand, some plan their retirement perfectly and have enough income where they never have to work again. A retirement financial planner will estimate a person's income, assets, and liabilities at the time of their retirement. Planners will work with an individual to establish a savings plan. The more money earned and saved during their younger years will determine how comfortably they can retire.

Another rewarding financial planner career is a life insurance agent. It is estimated that many will die without adequate life insurance. The purpose of life insurance is to cover the burial expense, pay off debts, and provide surviving family members with funds that will replace the deceased individual's income. Unfortunately, many underestimate the importance of life insurance. They either have two little, or no life insurance. Coping with the death of a love one is hard. However, life insurance can alleviate worrying about finances and allow family to grieve without added stress.

Estate planning is an additional financial planner career. Those who need to plan their estate are individuals who have a net worth over $1 million dollars. Those who earn a substantial amount of income need to have a living will or trust to ensure that their money and heirs will be protected.

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