Issues of the Financial Planning Profession

September 2006
Journal of Financial Planning;Sep2006 Supplement, p25
Academic Journal
The article discusses the Financial Planning Association's "Issue of the Profession" online conversation room, which allows financial planners to discuss relevant professional issues with one another over the Internet. The Financial Planning Association monitors the discussions and take issues into consideration when determining how to run workgroups, conferences, and programs. Issues already discussed include how to create career paths for the next generation of financial planners and preparing for a failing Social Security system.


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