People in their 20s are generally considered atypical clients for financial planners. They are at the beginning of their professional careers, having accumulated little assets, contributed little to their 401(k)s and are at least 40 years from retirement.

But the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards hopes to bridge the gap between advisors and the younger generation.

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