Planner potshots

April 1997
Journal of Financial Planning;Apr97, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p14
Academic Journal
Presents the results of a survey of financial planners' compensation conducted by the Consumer Federation of America and National Association of Personal Financial Advisors in the United States. Collection of commissions or other rewards despite claiming to be solely fee-based; Arrangements with broker/dealers or insurance agencies.


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