Defining a Standard of Care

Schweiss, Skip
May 2010
Journal of Financial Planning;May/Jun2010 Practice Management, p25
Academic Journal
The article focuses on how the financial planners can define their roles to avoid confusion from the clients. It mentions that it is necessary for financial professionals to be informed about the issues and how to create a solution for these issues. It is also suggested that financial planners must have a courage to let their concerns be heard at the legislative level. Meanwhile, a paper written by TD Ameritrade Institutional about the standard of care for investment advice is also discussed.


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