Making the Most of Your Professional Network

King, Rebecca
June 2009
Journal of Financial Planning;Jun2009, Vol. 22 Issue 6, Special section p7
Academic Journal
The article offers information on the significance of collaborating with a complementary registration on financial planners in the U.S. Dual registered advisers offer greater benefits compared to single registered advisers because they have access to variety of products and flexible in generating profits. Benefits derived from being a registered representative include retention of hard earned registration, flexibility in offering variable insurance products, virtual administration of one's practice, ease of compliance and clearing, and business continuity plans.


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