Say What?

Moisand, Dan
January 2010
Journal of Financial Planning;Jan2010, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p30
Academic Journal
The article offers the author's insight on the unified standard of financial disclosure in the U.S. It explains the concerns that the unified standards would result in a reduced version of fiduciary. He mentions that it was common to examples of patently misleading disclosures before the Financial Planning Association (FPA) won its action to force the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to vacate the broker-dealer exemption. Further discussion related to the rest of the disclosures as required by the SEC.


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