The CFP Board says it has logged more than 2,000 hours of legal work through April 7 -- racking up what one outside expert estimates is at least a $600,000 bill -- responding to a lawsuit by two Florida planners.

That amount would be equal to about 2% of its annual $23 million budget, most of which comes from annual fees paid by its 70,000 CFP holders.

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