Financial advisor candidates will need to pay more to take securities licensing exams beginning in June, the North American Securities Administrators Association announced.
After four years of steadyprices, broker and investment advisor candidates who take the Series 63 exam will be charged $115, up from $96. The Series 63 Uniform Securities Agent State Law Examination is the state law test for broker-dealer representatives.
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