Financial Planning for Generation X & Y Women
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National Partners

The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)

The AICPA is the national, professional organization for all certified public accountants. Its mission is to provide members with the resources, information, and leadership that enable them to provide valuable services in the highest professional manner to benefit the public as well as employers and clients.

At the AICPA's new financial literacy web site, 360 Degrees of Financial Literacy, consumers can find information to help them make sound financial decisions at every stage of their lives, from childhood to retirement. For information targeted to the financial planning needs of women, visit 360 Degrees of Financial Literacy for Women.

The Financial Planning Association (FPA)

The Financial Planning Association (FPA) is the membership organization for the financial planning community. Its members are dedicated to supporting the financial planning process in order to help people achieve their goals and dreams.

FPA believes that everyone needs objective advice to make smart financial decisions and that when seeking the advice of a financial planner, the planner should be a CFP® professional. For the most current information from FPA, please visit the FPA website, or access these articles of interest.

As a partner with Wi$eUp, the FPA provides their monthly Financial Planning Perspectives to our website. This electronic periodical features timely articles on a variety of financial planning topics.