Alan Goldfarb, the former chairman of the CFP Board of Standards, says he expects to receive a public sanction next week for violating its ethical standards.

Goldfarb resigned in November, along with two other members of the board's disciplinary and ethics commission, amid allegations that they may have violated provisions of the board’s standards of professional conduct.

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