ETHICS OF DISCLOSURE IN FINANCIAL PLANNING: SHOULD THE FINANCIAL PLANNING INDUSTRY BE INTENTIONAL IN DISCLOSING PRACTICE VIOLATIONS?
A Wall Street Journal article in the Summer of 2019 found that one of the largest financial planning organizations, the Certified Financial PlannerTM (CFP
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