At annonymous, you can leave the FPA and get the 2 FASEA credits. The credits are for completing the course...not for being a member. If in doubt just downgrade and pay $500 for basic membership as opposed to CFP status. I'm leaving the FPA in June myself. I'm over regulation, and the FPA is part of the problem now. I was very passionate about lifting professionalism via FPA membership but they just think "what's the best thing for the FPA first" then they think about the needs of the platform providers, then they think about Advisers and Australians last. That's been reflected in their dealing with Treasury.
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