The college will be upgrading various systems Saturday morning December 14th between the hours of 7:00 AM and 6:00 PM MST. During this period most college systems will be offline including access to course content from eCampus and online testing. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Because economic environments are ever-changing, challenges and opportunities exist in all areas of the financial planning process. This podcast audio series from the College for Financial Planning focuses on an array of topics that address these critical areas, such as market dynamics, professional liability issues, time value of fluctuations, and practitioner issues in cross-border client matters.
The College's audio series features nationally recognized experts who share their opinions on where the economy and markets are headed, helping you to better plan for the financial well-being of your clients.
Upon passing each presentation’s online examination, you can earn CFP Board-registered CE credits which are automatically submitted to CFP Board. These exams are also applicable toward the College’s designation CE requirements.
State Insurance and CPA CEThese courses are not registered for State Insurance or CPE continuing education credits. See State Insurance CE Options or CPA CE
Payments and fees for CE courses are non-refundable. Students have one year from purchase date to successfully complete the course. You must achieve a score of 70% or higher (80% for Code of Ethics courses) on the end-of-course assessment to successfully pass the course.
Students have two attempts to pass the final exam. If the second testing attempt is unsuccessful, the student will need to contact the Student Services Center at CFFPSSC@CFFP.edu or 800-237-9990.
The College for Financial Planning is a registered CE Sponsor with CFP Board, NASBA, New Jersey State Board of Accountancy, Texas State Board of Accountancy and all state insurance departments that require sponsor registration.