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Advice associations slammedBY JAMIE WILLIAMSON | THURSDAY, 3 OCT 2019 12:36PM
An industry group has lashed out at the Association of Financial Advisers and the Financial Planning Association of Australia, labelling them conflicted and driven by self-interest.
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