Hi all, The 'planning' part of FP really appeals to me. Developing investment strategies, helping people create budgets and structuring their finances is what I want to do. I like the problem solving part of it all! However, I get the impression that (depending on who you work for, and how they structure it) there can be a lot of pushy sales involved as well. Obviously business doesn't just walk in the door - but I certainly wouldn't want to be in a job where I'm going to be required to cold call people for appointments - or where the majority of the renumeration is commission from signing up customers. What's the industry really like? I'm guessing working for a bigger company may be better in this sense - as you only have to do the actually planning, meetings and appointments - and other departments are responsible for bringing those leads in.