Becoming an RIA or Registered Investment Advisor

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· Registered Investment Advisors are independent contractors – which means they’re self-employed or employe...
· Registered Investment Advisors are independent contractors – which means they’re self-employed or employees of their own firms. In many states, they’re required register and hold either a Series 65 license - or a combination of Series 7 and 66. · How do they make their money? For portfolio management, the fee’s typically a percentage of the client's total portfolio. But they could also charge hourly or flat fees. · RIAs evaluate client needs risk tolerance, then recommend appropriate investments. · RIAs may offer other wealth management services, like retirement, trust, tax, charitable giving, estate and financial planning.
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