Collective Wisdom

Moisand, Dan
September 2008
Journal of Financial Planning;Sep2008, Vol. 21 Issue 9, p36
Academic Journal
The article discusses accountability and governance within the financial planning community in 2008. The author indicates that a regulatory regimen is needed for financial planners. Topics include situations that are legal but not in the best interest of the individual, clients put in situations that were in compliance with the regulations but were wrong when seen from the financial planning perspective, and being held accountable as a planner. Also discussed is listening to the opinions of the planning community.


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