What's coming

January 2005
Journal of Financial Planning;Jan2005 Supplement, Vol. 18, p24
Academic Journal
The article discusses the Financial Planning Association's (CFP) annual Retreat for 2005 that focuses on learning and interacting with others in the financial planning industry. Ray Ferrara, CFP's chair for the event, says that it is important to follow the lead of previous retreats to further build on the organizations body of knowledge and to expand itself to new possibilities in financial planning. He also says that many of the sessions will be interactive so that participants will learn how to implement new ideas in their own businesses.


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