Congratulations to W. Kirk Taylor, CFP®, the FPA NCA President for 2022!

Kirk Capital Advisors is proud to announce that W. Kirk Taylor, CFP® has been elected the President of the Financial Planning Association for the National Capital Area!

The Financial Planning Association (FPA NCA) is the largest organization representing financial planners in the United States. The organization was established as a result of the merger of the Institute of Certified Financial Planners and the International Association for Financial Planning in January of 2000. Overall, the FPA assists in the coordination of the professional and educational development activities in the financial planning field.

Your Team at Kirk Capital Advisors applauds W. Kirk Taylor, CFP® for his determination, leadership, and stewardship of the financial planning profession.

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