The CFP Board’s CE Proposal: What’s Driving This Flawed Idea?
In the final post in a series, an exploration of what may be behind the CFP Board’s proposal to offer continuing education. Is it looking to compete with other planning associations?
The CFP Board’s CE Proposal: Real Strategies to Improve Continuing Ed
In the second of a three-post series on the CFP Board’s proposal to offer continuing education itself, some modest proposals to really improve CE, along with a warning on how the Board’s proposal is rife with conflicts of interest.
Why the CFP Board’s Proposal to Offer CE Is Wrong
In the first in a series of posts on the CFP Board’s proposal, an argument (from planners themselves) as to why it’s not a good idea and a look at the current, somewhat woeful, state of continuing education for CFPs.
Strategies for CFP Board to Improve Continuing Education Credit
It's no secret that the current state of CFP CE credit is a sorry affair. But the CFP Board, as the keeper of the CFP marks, wields a great deal of power to change the system for the better.