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CFP Board Offers Broad Amnesty to Rule-Breaking Advisors
Financial Planning
Tuesday, September 24, 2013
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The CFP Board extended a broad amnesty to hundreds of advisors who had been breaking its rules by calling themselves fee-only on the board’s website. The surprise move prompted calls for the board to reconsider and possibly rescind recent sanctions of other CFP holders for similar transgressions.

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