Long-Term FPA Membership Reaps Rewards

September 2007
Journal of Financial Planning;Sep2007 Supplement, Vol. 20, p30
Academic Journal
The article discusses the benefits of long-term memberships with the Financial Planning Association (FPA). In 2007 the FPA expanded its number of anniversaries recognized to include gifts for all five-year membership intervals. Five-year members receive a silver desktop pen. Ten-year members receive a silver desktop magnifier and paperweight. Fifteen-year members receive a customized FPA label pen. 20-year members receive a silver-plated picture frame. 25-year members receive a silver desk clock. 30-year members receive an hourglass sand timer. 35-year members receive a silver-tone compass set.


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