Citing a need for a more diverse and sustainable financial planner workforce, the CFP Board is launching a virtual Center for Financial Planning.

Noting that there are more financial planners over 70 years old than under 30 years old, and that there is an extremely small percentage of minority planners, the profession has reached a "tipping point," according to Kevin Keller, CFP Board's chief executive officer. 

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