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Dr. Charles T. Moses Jr.

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Interim Dean-School of Business A...

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Local Address:  Atlanta , Georgia , United States
Clark Atlanta University
223 James P. Brawley Drive, SW
30314 , Georgia 33172
United States

Company Description: Clark Atlanta University (CAU) is a comprehensive, private, urban, coeducational institution of higher education with a predominantly African-American heritage. It...   more
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www.atlantatribune.com, 31 Jan 2014 [cached]
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- Dr. Moses is the interim dean of the Clark Atlanta University School of Business Administration.
"We wanted to be ahead of ...
www.ajc.com, 9 Sept 2013 [cached]
"We wanted to be ahead of the curve on this one," said Charles T. Moses Jr., interim dean of CAU's School of Business.
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"In this economy, people have a greater sense of wanting and needing more control over their next eggs," said Charles T. Moses Jr., interim dean of Clark Atlanta University's School of Business.
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CAU's business school has always been innovative in providing education needed by the work force, Moses said. "We wanted to be ahead of the curve on this one," he said.
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They can work for any business that advises individuals and investments," Moses said.
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It's not easy to get," Moses said.
Prospective CFPs are required to complete the approved curriculum and pass a two-day exam, as well as adhere to a strict code of ethics. The exams covers the financial planning process, insurance and risk management, employee benefits planning, taxes and retirement planning, investment and real estate planning, liability and statistical modeling.
"Having the CFP qualification definitely moves professionals to a higher level," Moses said.
Because it takes specialized knowledge and provides a service to people, the occupation requires various skills and aptitudes.
"You have to be financially literate, analytical and good with numbers; that goes without saying," Moses said. "But you also need to be curious and willing to learn because you'll have to stay current with economic conditions, regulations and tax laws."
Strong networking and interpersonal skills are essential, because CFPs work directly with people, he said. Even those who work for investment firms may work largely on commission, so they'll need to recruit and retain clients. They also explain financial concepts and sell services to clients on a case-by-case basis.
The median annual wage for personal financial advisors in 2010 was $64,750, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, but "for someone with great skills, experience and an entrepreneurial flair, the sky's the limit," Moses said.
"People come here from all over ...
www.atlantatribune.com, 31 Oct 2013 [cached]
"People come here from all over the country and world - African and Caribbean entrepreneurs - who appreciate the vibrancy of the community even as the nature of business is changing," says Dr. Charles Moses, interim dean of Clark Atlanta University's School of Business Administration.
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The Cloud, says Moses, is a shape shifter for business.
"As we go into the new millennium and doing more and more business in the cloud, we find that business is not so much a place phenomenon as it used to be. Those kinds of businesses are more sophisticated so there is a need for business instrumentality that facilitates the development of those kinds of businesses here in Atlanta. I'm talking about things like clusters, enterprise zones, free trade zones, that are going to allow money and ideas to come together to produce goods and services for the global marketplace," says Moses.
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"In the future, the city won't necessarily be the quarterback as it was in the past, it will be the facilitator and it will play an enabling role," predicts Moses.
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Beyond the City, Moses calls minority business support organizations like Georgia Minority Supplier Development Council and the Atlanta Business League, "second to none."
"In this economy, people have a ...
windowofopp.blogspot.com, 1 Oct 2013 [cached]
"In this economy, people have a greater sense of wanting and needing more control over their next eggs," said Charles T. Moses Jr., interim dean of Clark Atlanta University's School of Business.
...
CAU's business school has always been innovative in providing education needed by the work force, Moses said. "We wanted to be ahead of the curve on this one," he said.
...
They can work for any business that advises individuals and investments," Moses said.
...
It's not easy to get," Moses said.
Prospective CFPs are required to complete the approved curriculum and pass a two-day exam, as well as adhere to a strict code of ethics. The exams covers the financial planning process, insurance and risk management, employee benefits planning, taxes and retirement planning, investment and real estate planning, liability and statistical modeling.
"Having the CFP qualification definitely moves professionals to a higher level," Moses said. Because it takes specialized knowledge and provides a service to people, the occupation requires various skills and aptitudes.
"You have to be financially literate, analytical and good with numbers; that goes without saying," Moses said. "But you also need to be curious and willing to learn because you'll have to stay current with economic conditions, regulations and tax laws."
Strong networking and interpersonal skills are essential, because CFPs work directly with people, he said. Even those who work for investment firms may work largely on commission, so they'll need to recruit and retain clients. They also explain financial concepts and sell services to clients on a case-by-case basis.
The median annual wage for personal financial advisors in 2010 was $64,750, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, but "for someone with great skills, experience and an entrepreneurial flair, the sky's the limit," Moses said.
Personal financial planners also made the ...
windowofopp.blogspot.com, 1 Feb 2014 [cached]
Personal financial planners also made the Georgia Department of Labor’s list of hot careers.

“In this economy, people have a greater sense of wanting and needing more control over their next eggs,� said Charles T. Moses Jr., interim dean of Clark Atlanta University’s School of Business. “They are turning to financial experts to help them manage their investments and plan for retirement.
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