Study from AARP and Other Groups Finds SECs Proposed Form CRS Confusing

The SEC proposed Form Customer Relationship Summary to make the differences between advisers and broker-dealers easier for retail investors to understand - but it may not be passing that test. Three major consumer groups - the AARP, the Financial Planning Coalition and the Consumer Federation of America - in their comment letter to the SEC revealed that an independent study of investors indicate the need for the Commission to revise and retest the content, language and format of the CRS.
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