The CFP Board has revoked certifications for four planners and punished 14 in total for a wide variety of infractions -- ranging from alleged possession of child pornography to taking a test for a supervisor.

Punishment ranged from public letters of sanction to suspensions, interim suspensions and permanent revocation.

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