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Suitability vs Fiduciary

How do you know if your Financial Advisor is a Broker or an Investment Advisor? Ask about credentials.

If the Advisor has a CFP® certification, you are on the right track.

CFP® practitioners must adhere to the Certified Financial Planning Board’s Code of Ethics and Professional Responsibility. This entails adherence to the highest principles and standards, which includes a Fiduciary Standard. In addition, CFP® practitioners must take 30 hours of continuing education courses every 2 years, including 2 hours of ethics continuing education.

There are two types of Financial Advisors offering services to the public: Suitability and Fiduciary. The following chart highlights the key differences between the two types of Financial Advisors.

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