The Institute of Financial Planning (IFP) is "on track" to at least break even in 2014 and is hopeful of a small surplus, despite the challenge presented by a regulatory crackdown on inducements.
Chief executive Steve Gazzard said the professional body is having a positive year after posting a "disappointing" £17,600 deficit in 2013 - its first loss in four years. Though final guidance on inducements...
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