FPA Members Receive Longevity Awards

November 2006
Journal of Financial Planning;Nov2006 Supplement, p26
Academic Journal
The article discusses the Financial Planning Association's (FPA) Longevity Awards. Those FPA members that were eligibile received their awards in late 2006, with all members receiving Membership Certificates that indicate the year of membership, member name, and the year that they joined FPA. The Longevity Awards are the FPA's way of thanking members for their long-term commitments, with members who reach milestone years of membership receiving special recognition awards including a silver pen and a cherry wood compass.


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