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There is a continued and increased focus on financial psychology in the financial services world. The CFP Board has recently updated its knowledge topics to include the psychology of financial planning, covering everything from client attitudes to critical life experiences that could shape a financial plan. Financial planners recognize that money personality is a key component impacting client financial success. And many planners are implementing behavioral assessments into their practices to capture these characteristics …
When you’re working to help clients achieve financial success, having insights related to their financial psychology is crucial. We’re delighted to share that you can now have behavioral insights from DataPoints integrated into Wealthbox CRM. The integration works by: Automatically importing contacts into DataPoints Sending leads and contacts to Wealthbox CRM Sending test scores from any test from the DataPoints library into a Wealthbox CRM note Access client money-related attitudes, personality, and psychological risk tolerance …
As the full impact of COVID-19 continues to unveil itself in the financial services industry, many advisors we are hearing from have begun to plan for a long-term remote practice. If you are contemplating a similar shift for the future, it is important to understand the limitations of the methods you used in the past to get to know prospects. Two of these methods, (a) judgment based on direct interaction and (b) forms with …
Few would argue that the relationship between our financial psychology and the decisions we make about money-related matters is weak. Many of us know what the “right” answer is when it comes to our saving, spending, and investing behaviors, but the translation from what we know we should do and what we do can be quite different. In some cases, our unique behaviors or patterns of behaviors are causing stress and strains in other …
One of the main missions of DataPoints is to help individuals improve the way in which they manage their financial lives using behavioral science. This mission has two important components: first, we have to understand our own patterns of money-related behaviors, personality, attitudes, and other characteristics as a starting point (our financial psychology). Then, if we have the desire to change our financial trajectory, we have to modify the way in which we save, …

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