CE Exam

July 2006
Journal of Financial Planning;Jul2006, Vol. 19 Issue 7, p81
Academic Journal
The article is the "Journal of Financial Planning" CE exam, which will be scored by the FPA. The requirements for one hour of continuing education credit from the CFP Board are mentioned. Topics in the true or false and multiple choice exam include planning for the small-business owner, investor-initiated life insurance, Roth IRA, the investment time horizon, long-term care policies, and retirement saving by Americans. The URL is given where FPA members can take the exam at no charge. The expiration date of this exam is given.


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