When leaving another firm to become independent, advisers should consider errors and omission insurance with prior acts coverage.
The decision should be evaluated on a case-by-case situation and is dependent on the adviser’s previous responsibilities, says Rosa Ybarra, a CFP and senior financial planner at Tranquility Financial Planning in McAllen, Texas.
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