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My nana worked until she was forced to retire due to illness, and the “golden years” was not a chapter in her book.

Rianka R. Dorsainvil, CFP®

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I was in the fourth grade when I went to live with my nana. My brother and I caught the school bus at the corner of the neighborhood block. Every morning, we would walk past our neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, who were around the same age as my nana, sitting on their porch in their rocking chairs, gleefully sipping coffee.

Establishing internal career paths and mentoring programs are essential to developing young planners. We thrive best when we know what is expected of us.

Rianka R. Dorsainvil, CFP®

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