As investment advisors prepare to file annual updates to registration documents with state and federal regulators, compliance experts are stressing the importance of playing it straight with the numbers and ensuring that advisors' forms contain full, accurate disclosures.

"This is an area that regulators are looking at very closely and they're cracking down on," says Tammy Emsick of Omaha, Neb.-based RIA Compliance Consultants.

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