Susan M. John, the president of Financial Focus, a fee-only personal financial planning firm in Wolfeboro, N.H., was elected chair of the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors.

John, who runs a $130 million practice, said small firms cover the landscape of the financial planning profession and deserve a seat at the table of all discussions concerning client relations, practice management, and investment management, often because they have to take the brunt of legislation or any other decision that affects the industry.

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