Expand Your Network at FPA Chapter Meetings

May 2007
Journal of Financial Planning;May2007 Supplement, Vol. 20, p30
Academic Journal
The article discusses the benefits of attending chapter meetings of the Financial Planning Association (FPA). The author believes that these meetings can help financial planners make local connections with their peers and build a local network of contacts. Also noted are other benefits afforded by being a member in a local FPA chapter, including opportunities for continuing education, business networking, participation in community outreach such as providing pro bono services and the development of leadership skills.


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