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R.F.P. Authors - A Wealth of Knowledge

Registered Financial Planners have a wealth of knowledge to share.  We would like to offer our members a place where they can showcase their work.

 
 
Brad Brain, R.F.P. is a veteran financial advisor with nationally recognized expertise in retirement income planning.  He is an international speaker and award winning author.

This book makes a great client gift! Bulk copies can be ordered directly though Brad Brain.

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Prosperity: Making Smart, Strategic Decisions about Money

This easy-to-read collection of essays will give you a mental framework of making smart, strategic decisions about money.  Written over both the heights and the depths of the most turbulent investment climate seen in generations, this anthology will provide sobriety for bull markets and a survival guide for bear markets.
Jeff Wachman, R.F.P.
is President of Wachman Wealth Management.  He graduated from McGill University in 1980 with a B.Comm, majoring in economics and finance.  Jeff has twenty years of entrepreneurial business experience and 18 years of financial planning experience.

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Achieving Financial Fitness

Achieving Financial Fitness forms the first part of a three-part series of guides for achieving a  rewarding way of life, regardless of whether one is younger or older.
 
 
Chris Snyder, R.F.P. has been providing personal financial advice to Canadians from all walks of life for 50 years!
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Be Smart With Your Money
  • Is a great guide for anyone on how to manage their finances at any stage of life
  • Helpful gift for family members
  • Also useful to the advisor as a reference book


IAFP members can save 20% off either book by entering code IAFPMEMBER at checkout!
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Creating Opportunities: A Volunteer’s Memoir
  • Chris explains how he set up his business to enable him to do volunteer work
  • Advisors are perfectly positioned to be outstanding volunteers in the communities they serve
  • Depicts Financial Advisors in a positive way, providing good PR for the association and its members
  • Chris shares interesting stories about volunteering for the CAFP (the predecessor organization to the IAFP) and how the R.F.P. designation was started including creating the first exam. Includes lots of anecdotes about association activity.
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You can also order the two book set!
David Christianson, R.F.P.
Well known to IAFP members as the popular, long-serving MC of the annual Symposium, and also a founding board member of the IAFP, David has been a practicing financial planner since 1982. He specializes in helping clients identify and reach their financial and life goals.

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Managing the Bull: Detect and Deflect the Crap

People are confronted today with confusion, noise, way too much information. They want to cut through all of that bull, make the right decisions and take the right actions. With big issues to address-future health care costs, pension adequacy and even how to inherit the trillion dollars set to be passed on in the next 20 years-Managing the Bull will empower you to embrace your successful financial future.
 
 

Do you have a book you want featured on our Author page?  Contact Tracey Kutny at admin@iafp.ca.

Last updated: 07 May 2019 4:02 AM

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