There’s a new credential that benefit advisers will want to know about.

Released this week at the National Association of Plan Advisors 401(k) summit, NAPA’s Certified Plan Fiduciary Advisor credential gives advisers the ability to show they have the expertise needed to serve as a plan fiduciary or help plan fiduciaries with their responsibilities. Sarah Simoneaux, founding partner of Simoneaux and Stroud Consulting Services, who assisted in the course creation, elaborates on this new credential.

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