John Fowler, CFP and wealth manager with McElhenny Sheffield Capital Management, noted “Having the CFP designation isn’t the endall, beall. In fact, it is a lot like the newly graduated med student: He or she may be a doctor, but they haven’t really developed the depth of realworld skills they need to be on their own. That comes with experience, time, and specialization, just like it does within any other professional sector.”
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