ARTICLES - Personal Financial Planning - SEC JURISDICTION OVER INVESTMENT ADVICE - CPAs who advise their clients on investment products and services may need to register with the SEC or a state agency. This article offers some guidance on what kind of activity will -- And will not -- Trigger the need to register.
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