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Ted Kroll, of AccruWealth in Willmar, passes certified financial planner exam

AccruWealth associate financial adviser Ted Kroll passed his certified financial planner exam, making him eligible for certification.

Portrait of Ted Kroll of AccruWealth in Willmar.
Ted Kroll
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WILLMAR — Ted Kroll, associate financial adviser with AccruWealth in Willmar, recently passed his certified financial planner exam, and is now a candidate for CFP certification, considered the standard of excellence for the financial planning industry, according to a news release from AccruWealth.

The certification process requires candidates meet education, examination, experience and ethics requirements.

Kroll joined AccruWealth in October 2020. He helps formulate and implement investment and financial planning recommendation to the firm's clients.

He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Minnesota — Duluth.

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