Stay current on trends and gain greater insight into timely financial topics by attending an upcoming live webinar for financial professionals or watching an Ondemand webinar. Our free events are open to advisors and staff of all levels.  Certain webinars may qualify for College for Financial Planning® continuing education (CE) renewal credit.

Upcoming Webinars

Value of a Financial Designation

Whether you are just starting out in financial services or have already earned your CFP® mark, a financial designation can add to your skill set and help advance your career. College for Financial Planning®—a Kaplan Company presents this webinar to help you explore financial designations that expand your expertise and empower you for your current career stage.


OnDemand Webinar

Live Webinar

Join us live February 9 at 12:00 pm ET.

OnDemand Webinars

Diversity and Inclusion in Financial Planning Education: Creating a Diverse Workforce

Continuing Education (CE) Credit: Viewing the webinar OnDemand qualifies for 1 hour of College for Financial Planning Professional Designation Renewal CE credit.

This web seminar introduces the theoretical foundations of diversity and inclusion in the workplace and considers the advantages and challenges associated with a diverse workforce. It presents a conceptual framework of diversity in financial planning, examining factors that affect diversity in the financial planning education and profession. Finally, it discusses a roadmap to improving diversity, equity, and inclusion in the financial planning workplace.



Presenters will help participants:

  • Describe theories on diversity in the workplace.
  • Examine the advantages and disadvantages of diversity in the workplace.
  • Analyze the factors that impact diversity based on the conceptual framework of diversity in financial planning.
  • Evaluate how current educational initiatives at the College for Financial Planning address the gaps in diversity in the field. 
  • Analyze the current initiatives by the CFP Board and how they address gaps in research on diversity.
  • Create a road map for practitioners to enhance diversity and inclusion at their workplace, and for researchers to fill the gaps in research.

Diversity and Inclusion in Financial Planning Education

Insights from Behavioral Finance on Financial Planning and Real Estate

Continuing Education (CE) Credit: Viewing the webinar OnDemand qualifies for 1 hour of College for Financial Planning Professional Designation Renewal CE credit.

No other asset class has quite the hold on our hearts that real estate has. While it is prudent to evaluate its benefits and risks to clients’ portfolios, cash flow, and financial planning, clients often resist objective analysis. Behavioral finance can provide a useful perspective for working with clients’ biases and irrationalities. This advanced-level webinar will provide financial planners and real estate professionals with useful advice for dealing with clients’ subjectivity. A panel of financial planning and real estate experts will demonstrate best practices for helping clients utilize real estate to further their financial goals despite their irrational beliefs and behaviors.

Presenters will help financial planners:
  • Explore the role of real estate in financial planning
  • Describe behavioral finance concepts and research
  • Distinguish different types of cognitive and behavioral biases
  • Recognize the effect of biases on client behaviors
  • Explore methods of mitigating biases
  • Analyze real estate and financial planning professions’ mutual interests


Insights from Behavioral Finance and Real Estate

Meeting the Investor Education Demand for Sustainable Investing

Sustainable investing in the United States continues to expand at a robust pace: as of 2020, one in three investment dollars in the United States uses environmental, social and governance criteria for analysis.* As the demand for investing in ESG products, impact strategies and sustainable investment funds grow, it is critical for financial advisors to learn and understand sustainable investing in order to effectively meet this new wave of client demand. 

Faculty of the College for Financial Planning®—a Kaplan Company cover: 
  • Current state of investor demand for ESG investing
  • How to develop an SRI strategy for a client
  • How financial advisors can be conscientious in their investment choices by avoiding "greenwashing"
*The US SIF Foundation's 2020 biennial Report on US Sustainable and Impact Investing Trends.


Meeting the Investor Education Demand For Sustainable Investing

President Biden's Tax Plan - The Implications for Advisors and Their Clients

With a new presidential administration, as well as changes in the U.S. Senate and Congress, there are significant tax changes anticipated in 2021. As such, clients and their advisors will need to reassess whether their current tax and estate planning strategies are still appropriate or need updating based on upcoming legislation. This free web seminar reviews those potential changes and how advisors and their clients can plan accordingly. 

Faculty of the College for Financial Planning®—a Kaplan Company cover analyzing and reviewing proposed changes and strategies for:

  • Individual, corporate, and capital gains rates, as well as available deductions and credits
  • Student loan repayment or deferment
  • Estate and gift exemptions, step-up basis, and trust saving techniques

This OnDemand web seminar is a recording of our live web seminar hosted on April 22, 2021. No continuing education (CE) credit is applicable for viewing the web seminar OnDemand.


President Biden's Tax Plan - Implications for Advisors and Their Clients

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