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Financial Planning Program Ranked #7 out of 10

This week it was announced that the California Lutheran University Financial Planning Program has been ranked number 7 in the top 10 for best online CFP programs! Competing against ten other programs, the California Lutheran University program is one of the oldest programs along with the College of Financial Planning who ranked number 1. California […]

California Lutheran University Financial Planning Scholarship 2021 Awardee Laura Lee

July 6, 2021 In June 2021 the California Lutheran University Financial Planning scholarship was awarded to Laura Lee. This scholarship was jointly established with the CFP Board Center for Financial Planning. Scholarships aim to help increase the number of CFP® professionals from populations currently underrepresented in the financial planning profession regarding gender, race, and ethnicity. […]

California Lutheran University Financial Planning Featuring Dr. Hossein Salehi

May 12, 2021 Dr. Hossein Salehi gains his global perspective in finance from his experience living in Iran, Italy, and the U.S. Dr. Salehi is passionate about teaching and working with students at California Lutheran University, “I like helping people as a whole, that’s why I actually chose financial planning because I really wanted to […]

How to Attract Women Clients?

 May 18, 2021 How to Attract Women Clients?   Dr. Shine Lei is one of few individuals to have a CFP ® certification in both the U.S. and China. In the webinar, “How to Attract Women Clients?” Dr. Lei shares her research and insight on working with women clients.    Her career began as a trained […]

Can Robo-Advisors Help Financial Planning Professionals? (4/20/21)

April 20, 2021 CAN ROBO-ADVISORS HELP FINANCIAL PLANNING PROFESSIONALS?   Since the beginning of the pandemic, technology has progressed rapidly allowing adjustment to living and working at home. Still relatively new to the industry robo-advising is also progressing rapidly.  In June 2019, Vanguard’s robo-advisor managed a total of $140 billion and over 10 billion U.S. dollars […]

How Can Advisors Improve Tele-Financial Planning? (04/06/21)

April 6, 2021 How Can Advisors Improve Tele-Financial Planning?    Before becoming a financial planner, Derek Sensenig was a military training instructor. Unsure what career to pursue, Sensenig put himself out into the world and rapidly networked with those he met through varying opportunities. It was then he found a job at a bank through a […]

California Lutheran University Financial Planning Featuring Student Parker Jackson

February 25, 2021 From air control to money control Parker Jackson is moving into a new career as a Certified Financial Planner. Graduating with his undergraduate degree from the United States Air Force Academy, Jackson has been an Officer in the Air Force for six years. His position is responsible for field operating satellites and […]

How Can Interpersonal Neurobiology Be Integrated Into Financial Planning?

  March 11, 2021 How Can Interpersonal Neurobiology (IPNB) Be Integrated Into Financial Planning?    Finances are an essential part of anyone’s life. For Julie Fortin, she fell in love with intimately working with others to help them make decisions about their finances. After earning her master’s degree and working in the institutional side of financial […]

What is International Financial Planning?

December 18, 2020 What is International Financial Planning?    As globalization becomes more apparent in our lives, there is an increase in the number of people moving around the world and owning properties in more than one country. We are all global citizens which means we have the ability to live where we choose, however, what […]

How to Counsel Clients Without Shaming Them?

How to Counsel Clients Without Shaming Them?    Dr. Ekta Kumar opened up the webinar by explaining the difference between the interchangeable words; shaming and guilt. Shaming she said is having a judgment on an individual. It can then be hard to make change happen when feeling overwhelmed with this emotion. For example, “I’m terrible at […]

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