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To Move Beyond Financial Planning 2.0, Examine the Unexamined

By Don St. Clair / 6 months ago

Full disclosure: Dick Wagner and I were friends. We were colleagues and collaborators. And as he was for so many, Dick was a mentor to me. Long before I ever knew Dick Wagner, I knew of Dick Wagner. Everyone did – you couldn’t attend Retreat without quickly learning who Dick was. But until our paths crossed […]

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E01 – Carol Anderson What is Finology Podcast

By Carol Anderson / 6 months ago

Transcription: E01 – Carol AndersonSpeaker 1: What is finology? Here we explore our personal relationships with money, money’s nature, and how we exchange value in daily life. Grounding ourselves in the liberal arts, we explore Financial Planning 3.0 from the inside out, addressing money as the most powerful and pervasive secular force on the planet. […]

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Nazrudin Discussion on Financial Planning 3.0

By What Is Finology / 6 months ago

TranscriptionJoseph: Okay. I will give my perception, my perspective of what the book is about. The book … a little bit of the history of financial planning and, I guess, to me a conceptual framework of how financial timing has evolved, what was delivered. So the way I read it was, you start from people […]

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Short essay for “In the News…”

By What Is Finology / 7 months ago

“In the News…” looks at the money issues implicit in the stories of the day. Working with material generated by newspapers, magazines, opinion columnists and trade journals, it provides direct links to articles we find interesting. Sometimes we provide commentary or ask questions. Other times, the link will speak for itself. Ideally, these resources help […]

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Eyes Bloodshot, Doctors Vent Their Discontent

By What Is Finology / 7 months ago

Eyes Bloodshot, Doctors Vent Their Discontent By SANDEEP JAUHAR, M.D. Published: June 17, 2008 “I love being a doctor but I hate practicing medicine,” a friend, Saeed Siddiqui, told me recently.   Doctors are working harder and faster to maintain income, even as staff salaries and costs of living continue to increase. Some have resorted […]

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