Personal Financial Planning-Compliance - INVESTMENT ADVISER ADVERTISING - With investment adviser advertising heavily regulated, CPAs with advisory practices have to be cautious not to run afoul of SEC rules. This article describes the key provisions of the Investment Adviser Act concerning false and misleading advertising.
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