What's the future of CPAs in the financial planning area?The answer has been the same for the past 100 years.

Although it has only been since the 1980s that the PFP Section and the Personal Financial Specialist designation were created by the AICPA, CPAs have always been a trusted advisor. They help clients plan for retirement, for their children's educational funding, for their business endeavors, and even for their vacation homes.

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