National Network of Accountants Founder Honored
Joe Tucciarone, CFP, founder of the National Network of Accountants, Woodbury, New York has been named as one of Accounting Today's Top professionals in financial planning.
The list, compiled annually by Accounting Today, one of the nation's leading publications for the accounting profession, was released in May.
The list consists of leaders and practitioners in the financial planning and accounting fields that have influenced CPA involvement in personal financial planning sector.
"I am very honored to be recognized by Accounting Today. I believe that success in the financial services industry is a direct result of technical knowledge, marketing expertise, and communication with clients," said Tucciarone.
Joe has a long history in the personal financial planning sector. The National Network of Accountants has trained hundreds of CPA firms in methods of how to provide financial planning to clients and increase their client base with new services.
The National Network of Accountants is headquartered on Long Island with offices in New York City, Boston, Staten Island and Westchester. The firm trains CPA firms in the science of fee based personal financial planning and other opportunities for CPAs in the financial services industry.
The role of the CPA is changing and Joe is very proud to be a part of its evolution. He has been the driving force in developing a turnkey marketing system and communications program for the CPA community. "I believe the CPA community will be the driving force in financial planning in the next millennium," he added.
For Additional information about the National Network of Accountants, its program and opportunities for CPAs go to www.nnaplan.com on the Internet.
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