With Marv Tuttle announcement that he would retire in 2014 from his post as executive director and CEO of the Financial Planning Association, the organization now has the difficult task of about finding a successor.

Considering Tuttle’s contributions to the profession, two years’ notice ought to be just enough time. Over the last 29 years, he has been a tireless advocate for providing quality independent, fiduciary advice to consumers.

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