Reflections on a Great Start

Tuttle, Marv
December 1996
Journal of Financial Planning;Dec1996, Vol. 9 Issue 6, p10
Academic Journal
The latest rung in the U.S. success ladder is rite recognition and signoff by Congress and President Bill Clinton on amendments to the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, designed to pave the way to uniform regulation of the investment advisory community and enable financial planners to benefits from interstate commerce. Effective work by the Institute and coalition partners International Association of Financial Planner and National Association of Personal Financial Advisors will reap positive benefits for planners and their clients throughout the United States.


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