National IFA RJ Temple revealed a pre-tax profit of £362,000 in its half yearly results to June 31, up from a loss of £36,000 for the same period last year. Its profit after tax is £257,000. Its turnover is up 44 per cent to £9.7m from £6.8m. It says one of the factors contributing to the turnaround to profit is the success of its corporate division launched in January which accounted for £345,000 of the total turnover. Annual productivity per RI in the first half of the year increased to £32,500 from £22,400.