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Living My Life Plan…Delivering Life Plans to Others
Donna Rasile, a Registered Life Planner at FinTrust Capital Advisors, shares her life planning journey, which started with a realization that as an investment advisor, there was room for both a love of numbers, the more technical side of financial planning, and a desire to help people, the service-oriented side of financial planning. Donna’s training at the Kinder Institute of Life Planning taught her how to help clients live their life plan by helping herself do the same first. Continue reading
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