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@ recent graduate,
Here's a newsflash, most good para-planners command somewhere between $70,000 - $100,000 p.a.
A financial planning business needs to be able to generate a multiple of twice the outlay to justify that kind of expenditure.
I can't see many smaller firms willing or being able to do so.
When you say you have 18 months para-planning & servicing clients under your belt, even as a graduate, that translates to about 5 minutes in real terms in the industry.
If you engage with clients then, my understanding is that you should be, until you've completed your professional year.
You're going to need a lot more to be a financial planner of any worth to a client than 18 months as a paraplanner even with an appropriate degree.!