Seven financial advisors had their right to use the Certified Financial Planning certification marks permanently revoked in March as part of a series of public disciplinary actions announced by the CFP Board this week.

The permanent revocations are the most serious actions taken by the board, which also issued letters of admonition and suspensions.

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