My name is Peggy Haslach, CFP®,CLU® . She/her (what's this?)
Peggy has built her practice working with female practice (veterinarians, doctors, and attorneys) and small business owners. At age 53 she made a career change when she saw, first-hand, the effect life events had on women’s financial security. She realized there were very few female financial advisors and financial advisors who could relate to the different planning needs of women and LGBTQ. She also learned that women want a more collaborative and educational approach to planning. Peggy’s clients are smart forward-thinking women who have made the right moves and put the pieces together: their business, their life, their goals, and beliefs, even their savings and your retirement account. But once they have the pieces, struggle with how to fit them together into one cohesive picture that they understand.
Outside of work, Peggy is very active and is passionate about her dogs. She competes with them on a national level in dog agility. Peggy’s wife Desiree also competes in dog agility and is a national and world champion and trainer who travels the world competing with her dogs and training others how to handle their dogs. Peggy and Desiree live in Sumner, Washington with their 4 Border Collies, Daim, Pace, Cru and Peak.
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We must agree to abide by the CFP Board's Code of Ethics which requires certificants to practice financial planning with fairness and integrity and to be held to the FIDUCIARY standard of always putting the client's interests first.
The CFP® designation is attained through a rigorous course of graduate-level study and a 10-hour exam testing all areas of the financial planning process.Going forward, certificants are required to complete 30 hours of continuing education every 2 years.
CFP® practitioners agree to abide by a strict code of professional conduct, known as CFP Board’s Code of Ethics and Professional Responsibility, that sets forth their ethical responsibilities to the public, clients and employers.
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