The Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards has raised the ethical standard guidelines for the 55,000 planners in the nation with CFP credentials, in order for investors to get better help in selecting among increasingly complex financial choices.

The new standards outline all of the topics a financial planner should discuss with a client, what they should disclose and how they should keep the best interest of the client in mind.

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