How to Charge for Financial Planning Advice in a Broker/Dealer Environment

Jones, Nancy Johnson
April 2006
Journal of Financial Planning;Apr2006, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p90
Academic Journal
The article discusses methods for financial planners on how to charge for financial planning advice in a broker/dealer environment. Financial planners must first ask about compliance requirements with their broker/dealer, which determines how they can charge for their services. Secondly, planners should refine their form ADV, which is written to allow them to provide the financial planning services they wish to offer. The article goes on to offer advice on how to start investment advisory forms and provides a list of websites.


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