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  1. A Guide To Financial Designations

    Find out which certifications can bring you the greatest career returns.
  2. Does It Pay To Go To College?

    College or not? There are smarter or lamer ways to decide, but this cool calculation ...
  3. Become A Certified Financial Divorce Analyst

    Use your financial knowledge to help people preserve their financial integrity after ...
  4. Accredited Financial Counselor: An Introduction

    This designation is highly relevant as it allows you to help the middle- and lower-income ...
  5. Introduction To The CAIA Designation

    Are you preparing for a CAIA designation? Don't worry, we'll give you a bit of insight. ...
  6. Fiduciary Designations For Financial Advisors

    Attaining the AIF or AIFA could help both you and your clients enjoy a comfortable ...
  1. Which popular professional certification exams do not require sponsorship?

    The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) administers several professional certification examinations that do not ...
  2. If I already hold a professional certification am I eligible for any exemptions from ...

    No. To obtain a CFA designation, you must complete all levels of the CFA program regardless of whether you hold a professional ...
  3. I hold a professional degree. Am I eligible to sit for the Certified Financial Planner ...

    According to the CFP board, if you hold one or more of the following, you are eligible to challenge the CFP(R) certification ...
  4. What financial certifications or exams do I need to complete in order to qualify ...

    In general, most states require the successful completion of the Series 65 exam or both the Series 7 and Series 66 exams. ...
  1. 5 Most Expensive Private Colleges

    These private schools have the highest tuitions.
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