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FPA to Close Its Atlanta Office

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The Financial Planning Association has decided to shut its Atlanta office, consolidating its operations in its existing Denver office by the end of 2004, according to FPA executive director Janet McCallen. McCallen said the decision was made to cut costs, but that the move would also yield dividends for the group, which she said was highly collaborational. McCallen said FPA would continue to maintain its small office in Washington, D.C., and “will probably be eliminating several positions as part of the consolidation.”

When the Institute of Certified Financial Planners and the International Association of Financial Planning merged in 1999, the newly-formed FPA retained the headquarters of both organizations.