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The National Association of Personal Financial Advisors (NAPFA) has decided to require new members to be Certified Financial Planners (CFPs).

So reports AdvisorOne. The organization for fee-only financial advisors says existing members without the CFP designation can continue as members under a grandfather clause.


Read the full article from AdvisorOne.

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