Chris Beard not only carries the Certified Financial Planner designation, he also has been chair of the CFP Board's Disciplinary and Ethics Commission since early this year. It's a role he takes very seriously. "To become a CFP, you have to agree to the fiduciary process," he explains. "The CFP Board standards state clearly that planners must always act in the utmost best interest of the clients."

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