Nine Simple Steps to Avoiding a CFP Board Rule Violation

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Nine Simple Steps to Avoiding a CFP Board Rule Violation

Apr 07, 2011

Financial advisors who have earned the CFP[® certification] have worked hard build to a client base, and establish a thriving practice. So, why derail that with a letter of admonition, a suspension of the right to use the mark, or a complete revocation, which is nearly impossible to get back?

In a recent Webinar moderated by Michael Shaw, the CFP Board of Standard[s'] managing director of professional review and legal; Grace C. Fuller; and Dan Candura[, CFP®] offered some simple tips to avoiding getting red flags from the board. View the slideshow >

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April 7, 2011

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