Kurtz, Martin
May 2011
Journal of Financial Planning;May/Jun2011 Practice Management Sol, p5
Academic Journal
The article talks about Financial Planning Association's (FPA) fiduciary Standard of Care, which is the organization's vehicle in building a relationship with its clients in the U.S. The author reflects on the statement taken from the book "The History of Financial Planning" about the purpose of the creation of the financial planning profession in the country. He relays that the standard set by the organization will help members become better businesspeople.


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