After abruptly leaving the CFP Board last month, the organization’s former chairman has a new job.

Alan Goldfarb, who resigned from the board in early November amid allegations of improper conduct, has left Weaver Wealth Management and launched his own planning firm in Dallas, in affiliation with San Jose-based RIA firm Concert Wealth Management.

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