The CFP Board is trying to clarify what one of its instructors calls the “opaque” compensation disclosure process that tripped up former Chairman Alan Goldfarb and lead to his resignation.

At a webinar Wednesday, the board announced it is reducing the number of options that planners can choose from when disclosing compensation models on the CFP board website.

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