For many years, our profession has enjoyed positive growth forecasts. Yet we are facing a workforce crisis of significant proportions: There are currently more CFP professionals older than 70 than under 30. Our veteran CFP professionals’ decisions to begin their own retirement is happening at the worst possible time, when more people need their ethical and competent assistance than ever before.

So what can be done?

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