The CFP Board is seeking input and guidance from planning professionals as it considers changing the way it currently investigates bankruptcies among planners.

Under the proposed change the board would stop investigating planners who’ve filed a single personal or business bankruptcy in the last five years in favor of posting notices of those bankruptcies for the public to see on the CFP website for ten years.

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