Richard Wagner


Richard Wagner
Integral Financial Planning
Denver, CO.

Richard B. Wagner, JD, CFP® has been a thought leader in the financial planning world for twenty-five years.  He is currently an editor for and Inside, online journals addressing our personal and collective relationships with money, particularly the roles of the financial planning profession and individual financial advisors.  With over eighteen years since its publication, his article  ToThink…Like a CFP continues to serve as a seminal statement of vision and potential for the financial planning profession.

After years of service to the profession, including a year as national ICFP president in 1992-93, Dick was awarded the prestigious FPA’s P. Kemp Fain Jr. Award in 2003. This award recognizes an individual member of the Financial Planning Association “who has made outstanding contributions to the financial planning profession in the areas of service to professional activities, society, academia and/or government and upholds FPA’s core values of integrity, competence, relationships and stewardship.”

In 1995, Wagner co-founded “The Nazrudin Project,” a professional think tank devoted to discussions and mutual support regarding the human and spiritual aspects of money and personal finance. In addition to his work with, he continues as a regular columnist for Financial Advisor Magazine as well as writing for other publications addressing various aspects of money and the money forces.

He graduated from the College of Wooster in 1967. He received his Juris Doctorate degree from Lewis and Clark Law School in 1977 and his Certified Financial PlannerT certificate in 1987.