Want to know why there aren't more female CFPs? Follow the money.

Even with the same experience, revenue production and ownership status, female financial advisors make $32,000 a year less than their male counterparts, according to new Aite Group research for the CFP Board. The real-world discrepancy is probably even greater: Female advisors are also younger than their male peers, less experienced and less likely to have equity in their own practice.

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