Five months after backing off a push into continuing education, the CFP Board has reoriented its educational efforts with plans for a new think tank and academic journal.

The board said Thursday that it is considering forming a new center for financial planning -- to be housed at what one CFP ambassador called its “stunning” new Washington D.C. headquarters -- as well as a new peer-reviewed academic journal that would be tied to the center.

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