Financial Planner

What does a Financial Planner do?
Financial Planners assess the financial needs of individuals and assist them with investments, tax laws, and insurance decisions. They help clients plan for retirement, education expenses, and general investment choices.

How do you prepare?
If you want to be a Financial Planner, a bachelorís degree is required. Having math, analytical, and interpersonal skills are important.

What’s the pay like?
As a Financial Planner in Iowa you can expect to earn approximately $91,060 a year, according to Iowa Workforce Development.

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