WASHINGTON -- When the CFP Board embarked on an ambitious four-year, $40 million marketing campaign to boost public awareness of its certification, the group knew that measuring effectiveness would be an integral part of the effort.
After all, the board was asking an additional $145 in fees from its certificants, on top of the $180 that they already pay each year.
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