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Are there any CFPs on /biz/? What's your life like? Would

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Are there any CFPs on /biz/? What's your life like? Would you recommend others pursue your career?
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>>973901
a lot of senior agents left the industry after 2008
it has insane money making potential, but is essentially a none service. Really depends where you stand morally, if you just want to make a ton of money, go for it
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>>973940
What if I enjoy helping people? Can't I just make a reasonable amount of money without leeching off of wealthy folk?
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I ask because I'm currently interviewing for Advisor Ahead's resident financial advisor program and am worried I'll hate myself if I just end up being a parasite taking advantage of people.
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Ok... Yes you can help people. With out taking advantage of them. But your income will be less than the guys bleeding them for every red cent.
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>>974314
this, advisors that actually help are don't make nearly as much
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>>974411
I'm looking for about 70k mid-career. Is that doable?
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>>973901
I'm a second year finance student and I'm pursuing this designation. Made a thread about it last week. Friendly bump.
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Aren't advisers/planners just glorified brokers?
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>>974510
No, they deal with helping people manage their money on a wide variety of things--not just investments. Brokering may very well be part of their job, but so is helping them decide what house they can buy, helping a company expand, etc.
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>>974418
Yes.
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