Paul Coleman Receives Scholarship to Prestigious FPA Event

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PRESS RELEASE:  The Financial Planning Association recently announced that Paul Coleman III, CFP® has received a scholarship to attend its 2017 FPA Retreat the week of April 24-27.  The event, designed to connect the best and brightest financial planning professionals throughout the U.S., will focus on the latest trends in the industry and offer attendees the chance to interact with thought leaders and experts from several financial services companies. Topics planned for the event include financial wellness, disability insurance, elder abuse/fraud, technology and innovation in investment management, marketing and several other financial services trends. “We are very excited that Paul has received a scholarship to this prestigious event.  It affirms his commitment as a leading, next generation financial advisor. We look forward to the great new ideas he will bring back from the retreat,” said Level’s Chief Operating Officer, Michael Heburn. “Paul is a hard working professional and committed to providing the best...

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FINANCIAL PLANNING COALITION STATEMENT ON PRESIDENT TRUMP’S DIRECTIVE TO STOP DOL FIDUCIARY RULE

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Washington, D.C. – The Financial Planning Coalition – comprising Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. (CFP Board), the Financial Planning Association® (FPA®) and the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors (NAPFA) – issued the following statement on President Trump’s presidential memorandum that would halt the implementation of the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) Fiduciary Rule: “The Financial Planning Coalition strongly opposes the action taken today by President Trump to halt the Department of Labor’s Final Fiduciary Rule that will protect millions of Americans saving for retirement. With just two months to go before its implementation date, the President has effectively given the green light to maintain the status quo of conflicted financial advice. By issuing this memorandum, the President is directing the Department of Labor to produce an outcome that will likely lead to either a complete gutting of this thoroughly vetted consumer protection or lead to its outright demise. Either...

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