SAN ANTONIO - Big changes to the continuing education requirements for planners are expected next month following a meeting of the leadership of the CFP Board.
In addition to expanding the 30 credits required every two years to as many as 40, planners may also have a chance to earn credits in practice management, pro bono efforts and ethics.
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