Professional Development

So you’ve passed the CFP exam, now what?

You’ve demonstrated your technical competence, now it’s time to learn about “above the line” planning.

The FPA’s Residency Program offers a client-centered training experience using comprehensive and detailed case studies.  Residency participants are eligible for either 30 hours of continuing education credits or three months of financial planning work experience for more information click on the following link: http://www.fpanet.org/Eventsconferences/residencyprogram/