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How To Choose And Prepare To Meet A Financial Planner

How Can I Find A Financial Planner?

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There are a variety of ways to find a financial planner whose skills and resouces mesh with you and your situation.
  • Word of mouth: One of the best ways to find a financial planner is through the recommendations of friends, relatives, or colleagues. If you are in a support group, other members of the group may be able to recommend someone experienced with people with a serious health condition.
  • Professionals: Lawyers, accountants, social workers, and other professionals you work with might know of planners who can help you.
  • Professional Organizations: The two leading financial planner organizations can help you find a local professional. Check out:
  • Online portals such as 
  • Local Disease Specific Nonprofit Organization: People at your local disease specific nonprofit organization might be able to recommend a planner - or even provide one free of charge. If not, call organizations which work with other serious health conditions. They're likely to be willing to share information.

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