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February 2003
Journal of Financial Planning;Feb2003, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p14
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The sections provides information on several events related to financial planning. FPA Dialogue Series is a live event series about the future of the financial planning profession. FPA Dialogue actively encourages professional relationship development, idea generation and knowledge exchange. Financial Planning Association's Internship Program serves as a clearing-house for individuals seeking internships and for financial planning firms and planners seeking interns. LINK, a full-service conference provider, offers members real-time teleconferencing with significant savings via the Web, telephone or both. Reservations are not required. LINK provides all operator-assisted teleconference call types.


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