The AICPA announced on Tuesday the launch of their University Program in Personal Financial Planning. The course, geared towards accounting students planning on gaining CPA licensure, will focus on estate, retirement, tax planning, and more.

The AICPA has previously introduced the PFP Program coursework to a number of academic institutions, along with schools whose materials coincide with the PFP Body of Knowledge and the Personal Financial Specialist exam. With growing demand for PFP skills in today's business world, the AICPA is looking to boost the outreach of the program over the next year to even more schools.

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