Designations are essential credentials for anyone considering a career in the financial industry and are often represented by a string of letters after your name, indicating the degree of eduction and speciality you have.
The Best Designation for Advisors: CFP®, CFA, or CPA?
Series 65 Exam: Structure, Content, and FAQ
How Hard Are the CFA Exams?
Series 24: Definition, Prerequisites, Exam, Difficulty
CFA Certifications: Advantages and Disadvantages
CFP, CLU, Or ChFC: Which Is Best?
What Are Financial Securities Licenses?
Is an MBA Worth It?
A Guide to Financial Designations
Becoming a Registered Investment Advisor (RIA)
What Licenses Do Financial Advisors Need to Have?
Facts About Independent Broker-Dealers
Certified Consumer Debt Specialist (CCDS)
4 Certified Senior Designations Worth Holding
Fiduciary Designations for Financial Advisors
The Alphabet Soup of Financial Certifications
The Top 3 Financial Advisor Credentials
Should You Get A CFA, MBA Or Both?
Should Financial Advisors Pursue the CFA?
Is the CMA Designation Worth It?
Financial Certifications With the Best ROI
Series 63 vs. Series 65 vs. Series 66: What's the Difference?
CPA, CFA, or CFP®: Pick Your Abbreviation Wisely