Our Designations

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CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ certification is the standard of excellence in financial planning. CFP® professionals meet rigorous education, training and ethical standards, and are committed to serving their clients' best interests today to prepare them for a more secure tomorrow.
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Chartered Financial Consultant®
Those who earned the ChFC® designation are understood to be knowledgeable in areas such as financial planning, including insurance, taxation, retirement, and estate planning. It also addresses advanced areas such as behavioral finance, non-traditional family structures, and small business planning. 
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Accredited Investment Fiduciary®
The Accredited Investment Fiduciary® (AIF®) Designation is a professional certification that demonstrates an advisor or other person serving as an investment fiduciary has met certain requirements to earn and maintain the credential. The purpose of the AIF® Designation is to assure that those responsible for managing or advising on investor assets have a fundamental understanding of the principles of fiduciary duty, the standards of conduct for acting as a fiduciary, and a process for carrying out fiduciary responsibility.
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Accredited Asset Management Specialist℠
Accredited Asset Management Specialist℠ (AAMS®) is a professional designation awarded by the College for Financial Planning and provides advisors with strong fundamental financial knowledge with a specific focus on asset management and investments.
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Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor℠
Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor℠ (CRPC®) is a professional designation awarded by the College for Financial Planning and enables experienced advisors, who are focused on retirement planning for individuals, define a “road map to retirement.” There is a focus on clients’ pre- and post-retirement needs, as well as issues related to asset management and estate planning.
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Certification in Long-Term Care
The Certification in Long-Term Care (CLTC) designation was created in 1999. The area of long-term care is primarily focused on the tools of providing care over a prolonged period of time. A professional with a CLTC designation has acquired the critical tools necessary to discuss the subject of longevity and its acute consequences on a client's family – financially, physically and emotionally – years down the road. The best way to protect families from the potential devastation of long-term care is not to sell a product, but rather, offer advice that leads to a plan to mitigate those consequences.
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