Especially in confusing times, an adviser who earns your trust can help you earn a profit. A CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER[™] can fill those shoes. Folks with the CFP® designation must successfully complete the CFP Board’s comprehensive examination, which tests knowledge on a number of planning topics. They must abide by the CFP Board’s Code of Ethics, obtain 30 hours of continuing education every two years, and meet other requirements.
The Faster Times
September 3, 2009