Denver (Sept. 3, 2004) --The Financial Planning Association and the College for Financial Planning have forged an alliance that the groups say is aimed at helping to grow the financial planning profession.
The partnership will provide five scholarships to FPA members for the College’s CFP Board-registered educational program. The scholarships will include full tuition, books and other educational materials. In exchange, the FPA will provide the College with at least 500 FPA-discounted student memberships to provide to its students.
The partnership also allows the College to offer FPA members a 15 percent discount from the list price of its financial education programs, including the CFP certification professional education program, review courses, books and materials.
-- WebCPA staff
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