For Christine Hornery, the decision to embark on a career in financial planning all began with a book she read by Harold Evensky back in 1999 and a letter she received in the mail. Before this, Ms Hornery was unaware financial advice even existed.
The letter was sent by a colleague who had left an accountancy firm to work in her father’s financial advice business and invited Ms Hornery to come along to a meeting about her financial planning needs.
After agreeing to the meeting, she discussed the idea of a career in financial planning extensively with her colleague’s father, who later became instrumental in the establishment of her own business.
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