Library of Behavioral Assessments - DataPoints

The Library of Behavioral Assessments for Financial Services

At DataPoints, we’ve created the world’s first library of behavioral assessments for professionals working directly with clients to provide financial advice, guidance, and coaching. Learn more about each of our assessments and which one (or ones) might be right for your practice. Advise Assessments Building Wealth Identify and guide client financial behaviors with the Building[…]

Uncover client personality with behavioral assessments

How to Add Behavioral Assessments To Financial Planning

Individual personality traits can (and do) impact whether a client achieves financial goals. Behavioral assessments can help uncover client personality, values, attitudes, and beliefs. In turn, you can use this information to help provide the client with personalized guidance, education, coaching, or nudging to help them follow the financial plan and otherwise achieve goals. Below,[…]

What is the psychology of financial planning?

What is The Psychology of Financial Planning?

On March 30th, the CFP Board announced changes to their Principal Knowledge Topics for educational programs for those seeking or with the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) designation. This change includes a new section representing 7% of the educational component, entitled “The Psychology of Financial Planning.” For those of us at DataPoints who have been writing[…]

Wise Pace & DataPoints

Wise Pace: DataPoints in Action

When working to achieve financial goals, having a guide can be critical, especially when our patterns of financial choices need some enhancing. Working with a financial coach can improve how we make money-related decisions before working on a financial plan or investment strategy. See how Wise Pace, a financial coaching and planning firm in Atlanta,[…]

Guide clients with DataPoints

Transforming The Client Experience: How Financial Planning Firms Use Behavioral Assessments

Clients seek your financial planning expertise. And, you create comprehensive financial plans for your clients. The plans require clients to make spending, saving, and investing decisions that will help them achieve financial goals and live the life they seek. Will all clients follow the plans you create? Will they all follow them in the same[…]