Little Work For A New Financial Planning Body

The poll, conducted in the aftermath of this FPA declaring a new plan along with the redundancy of about eight employees, discovered 94% support for a merger of the AFA and the FPA and hardly any support for the constitution of a new business enterprise.

Those survey respondents that thought AFA and the FPA shouldn’t mix, were asked if they thought there was space for a new advisor representative organisation’s organization, together with 70% responding’no’.

This was in spite of the fact that 83 percent of respondents to the poll said they thought that one organisation would best represents planners.

Significantly, while 70 percent of respondents who had been members of the FPA stated they didn’t think them were well-served from the organisation, in contrast to 47 percent of members of the AFA that was significantly under the almost 82 percent who voiced a similar opinion in regard to other representative teams within the fiscal planning world.

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