The CFP Board published a list of 20 CFPs who have filed for bankruptcy, prompting protest from some who says the list permanently tarnishes planners who had good reasons to default on their debts.

"The CFP Board has created a scarlet letter, but people don't understand what led up to the bankruptcy," said one planner who asked not to be named. He declined to comment further on his experience.

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