After reading the special roundtable conversation in this issue of the Journal about the challenges of getting retirement planning “right” for clients, head online and discuss with colleagues your methods, setbacks, and successes in planning for this ever-evolving life stage. Join the Retirement Planning & Longevity community at Connect.FPAnet.org.
Kahneman Continues His Discussion of Our Interesting Minds
It was difficult narrowing down the multitude of potential questions for Nobel Prize-winner Daniel Kahneman to just 10 for this month’s “10 Questions” interview, so we decided to ask 12. Kahneman was gracious enough to extend his conversation into podcast form on concepts such as adversarial collaboration and what he thinks accounts for the breadth of interest in his psychology-based studies. Listen in at www.FPAnet.org/Journal/Home/PodcastPage.
Call for Papers!
If you’ve got a research paper collecting dust on your desk or a concept for one eating away in your brain, hop to it, get writing, and submit your paper to the Journal of Financial Planning. As if you need more reason for choosing the Journal than successful contributor Wade Pfau’s comment that “the JFP is fast, provides good reviews, and is read and influential,” we’ve got additional motivation. The Journal recently inaugurated the Montgomery-Warschauer Award to honor the paper that provides the most outstanding contribution to the betterment of the profession each year. To find out more about the award, read our writing guidelines, and submit your paper, visit www.FPAnet.org/Journal/MWA.
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