November 2000
Journal of Financial Planning;Nov2000, Vol. 13 Issue 11, p18
Academic Journal
The article reports on developments related to financial services industry in the U.S. The Financial Planning Association (FPA) held its first annual convention "Success Forum 2000" on September 9-12, 2000 in Boston, Massachusetts. Robert Barry has been named as the 2001 president-elect of the FPA and will serve as president in 2002. The FPA has worked with Intuit Inc., the developer of the popular Quicken software, to provide consumers with accurate information on financial planning.


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