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one who advises another, especially officially or professionally

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According to Section 202(a)(11) of the Advisers Act, an investment adviser is:
Consistent with Congress's purpose in passing the act, the Court first determined that the investment adviser serves as a fiduciary to its clients, though the term never appears in the act.
As a result, the IRS may challenge more aggressively taxpayers (especially those that ought to know better) that claim to rely exclusively on their adviser, without independently assessing the credibility of the advice.
The adviser remains in front of the client, as the turnkey asset management program provides reports in the adviser's name.
From these "sticky assets" the investment adviser can charge fees and increase the amount of assets under management, a key factor for determining the investment adviser's compensation.
According to Rob Stype, managing partner of Adviser Compliance Associates LLC, a regulatory consulting firm in Washington, D.
It is very difficult to anticipate whether it will revise the definitions, and exclusions from the definition, of investment adviser.
The Fiduciary Adviser defines a new level of responsibility and new opportunities for the financial community," commented Louis S.
This article explains key prohibitions against false and misleading advertising by explaining how the SEC applies rule 206(4)-1, Advertisements by Investment Advisers, of the Investment Adviser Act of 1940.
6662 accuracy-related penalty, blaming the inaccuracy on the taxpayer's adviser, is experiencing rapidly growing use among taxpayers.
is a 30-year old investment adviser that is registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940.
THE ACT DEFINES AN INVESTMENT ADVISER as anyone who, for compensation, engages in the business of advising others about the value of securities or the advisability of investing in, purchasing or selling securities.
Much of lobbying activity involves the communication of information from the tax adviser to a tax legislator or the legislator's staff.
A pilot implementation of the system, known as the Investment Adviser Registration Depository (IARD), ended November 3.