NEFE to Launch Pro Bono Web Site. .

October 2002
Journal of Financial Planning;Oct2002, Vol. 15 Issue 10, p28
Academic Journal
This article focuses on a Web-based pro bono Web site that aims to bring together financial planners and consumers in need. Working with the support of several financial services associations organizations, including FPA, NEFE launched a pilot program in September, with the goal of rolling out the full program. The site will provide information to volunteer planners on working with consumers on a pro bono basis, including a sample engagement letter, frequently asked questions and examples of pro bono work already being performed.


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