International Society for Retirement and Life Planning (ISRLP)
1975, as International Society of Preretirement Planners (ISPP). Name changed to International Society for Retirement Planning (ISRP), 1990. Merged with (US) Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education in 2000.
Raise awareness of the concept and application of a complete, holistic and comprehensive life planning approach in all phases of retirement services, administration and management; promote an international recognition and utilization of retirement and life planning within the private, labour and government sectors of society; inform members about certifications in fields of retirement and life planning and encourage them to become certified in their respective fields.Available with paid subscription only.
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