It started with a state compliance review of a single business card that referred to an LPL Financial planner as a "Retirement Income Planning Specialist" -- and lead to a $250,000 fine.
LPL agreed to pay the penalty after informing state regulators in Massachusetts that at least ten more of its advisors were breaking the state's rules against use of "senior designations," which regulators there consider "bogus."
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