good point. think CFP be redundant for those who already hold a grad dif fp or m.fin plan. may suit new entrants with a bachelor degree only perhaps.
though the question that remains in my mind is. why would you do the cfp 1 (ethics) then cfp 5 (the multi choice exam) then do that once more with fasea via fasea ethics and then the fasea exam (exemption applies to cfp 2-4)
oh, i get it. Dante is saying then you could market the fact that you have done ethics twice, and sat an exam twice, so you are twice as ethical and a hard worker and sat the exam twice and therefore you should be more trusted.
ok, sounds stupid to me. but, i think i get what Dante is saying. I think we all do.
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