Tools for the Profession

Peck, Maureen
May 2003
Journal of Financial Planning;May2003, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p10
Academic Journal
The article provides an overview of the contents and topics to be included in the issues of the periodical "Solutions." The periodical will focus on daily challenges of financial professionals, strategies for growth and their plans for improvement. The May/June 2003 issue of the journal will contain an excerpt from an interview with financial professional Cicily Maton, who discussed the importance of Internet, as well as issues in marketing. Other issues will include topics on business continuity plan, client lawsuits and Web site development. Some comments to a topic in a previous issue regarding financial planning professinals are presented.


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