How much CPD for advisers is too much CPD for advisers?

The pros and cons of continuing professional development

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Contrary to popular belief, doing advice well involves a lot of work, Justin Cash writes…

Properly reviewing the financial and personal lives of, say, 100 clients, is no mean feat. Then you have actually got to run the business. Recruitment. Tax returns. Office supplies. Occasionally trying to win some new business. So when 35 hours of continuing professional development (CPD) gets thrown into the mix, it can be hard to find the time or head space. The issue always seems to be up for discussion. But as academies and training programmes proliferate and qualifications bodies go through their own dramas, it seems as good a time as any to take a proper look at the subject. ...

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