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FPA chooses president-elect with the seasoning of young advisors in mind

Michael Branham says firms should set up medical-residency-like programs for young planners

Wednesday, November 23, 2011 – 4:25 AM by Lisa Shidler
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Michael Branham: I'm passionate about getting the younger generation entrenched into the profession.

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