Finally, Acting in Clients' Best Interest is Now the Law
At Halpern Financial, this is simply business as usual. We are committed to putting our clients first, and we have been operating under a fiduciary standard for over 20 years. We made this commitment voluntarily and have always held the fiduciary standard as a core principle of how we conduct business.
Following our fiduciary oath means we shall:
- Always act in our clients' best interest with good faith and candor.
- Be proactive in disclosing any conflicts of interest that may impact a client.
- Be completely transparent about our fee structure.
- Not receive compensation contingent upon the purchase or sale of a financial product.
If you would like to learn more about the Department of Labor's ruling, we would like to provide you with a few helpful resources:
- Department of Labor Fiduciary Ruling Fact Sheet
- What it Means for Investors: Rules for Financial Advisers Are Changing
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