Updated Saturday, August 29, 2015 as of 3:20 AM ET

Where the CFPs Are Now

Is it better to be a planner in a state with a lot of other planners, or in a state with only a few? The answer is ... there is no simple answer. Advantages - distinctly different ones - exist in very crowded planning marketplaces as well as in those that are sparsely populated.

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