CFP® Board Updates
Pro Bono is typically thought of as something attorneys provide. While the work attorneys do to help those in difficult legal situations without access to competent support, it’s just as important that those in financial services provide a similar benefit when possible.
If you’re a CFP® Professional with a desire to help those in need take control of their financial lives, the CFP Board wants to help. And the board want you to report those hours, so that they can educate the public and policymakers about the difference CFP® Professionals are making.
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