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As part of Financial Planning Week Announcer's Certified Financial Planners take part in an online question and answer service "Ask an Expert" developed by the Financial Planning Association (FPA).
Some of Announcer's financial planners, who are members of the FPA, will answer your questions on financial matters as wide-ranging as superannuation, savings and investments, managing tax and retirement planning.
Financial Planning Week (FP Week) is a national initiative of the Financial Planning Association (FPA) held annually in the last full week of May. This year the FPA will be celebrating its 12th consecutive FP Week, 23-29 May 2011.
Ask an Expert is a safe, easy way for you to taste the benefits of seeking expert advice from the highly experienced FPA member professionals who provide the service - at no cost. It's your opportunity to ask questions about financial matters as wide-ranging as superannuation, savings and investments, managing tax and retirement planning.
Ask an Expert is designed only to give you an introduction to the benefits of financial planning advice. The advice provided by email may be limited as it will not take into account all your personal circumstances and details.
While this service may help you make more informed decisions on financial matters, the FPA encourages Australians to seek the full services from a qualified FPA member financial planner where appropriate.
Seeing a planner can make a huge difference to your financial future and can help you make financial decisions to give you peace of mind. Make sure you always seek advice from a professional financial planner who is a member of the Financial Planning Association (FPA) as they are committed to the highest professional and ethical standards.
The financial planning process is quite detailed and rigorous. When a financial planner develops a financial plan for you, known as a Statement of Advice (SOA), a financial planner will follow a structured six step process to help understand your needs and recommend an appropriate strategy.
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