Updated Saturday, August 23, 2014 as of 3:32 AM ET
Advisors Must Do More to Recruit Next-Gen Planners
Advisors need to take a more active role in engaging with college and university programs to help bring more students into the workforce, said industry officials at the CFP Board's recent academic conference.
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