Financial planner's online book shop for advisers shuts down during pandemic

Phynancial ‘on pause’

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Phynancial's last shipment of books, delivered on Thursday (14 April).
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Phynancial's last shipment of books, delivered on Thursday (14 April).

Financial services book website Phynancial has shut its doors during the coronavirus pandemic despite a steady demand for its service.

Satis Wealth Management director and Chartered financial planner David Hearne set up Phynancial in December last year, with the sole purpose of selling books written by US financial advice veteran ...

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