Online/Interactive 84-24 Disclosure Form AND Best Interest Questionnaire
I know advisors will struggle with finding the right forms and then using them in a regimented manner (meaning for EVERY client). So, I looked at what the insurance companies put out and then took from them language to make what I think is the best 84-24 disclosure form. I also put on the site a Best Interest Questionnaire that I recommend be used with every product sale.
You can literally go to the following website, fill in a few boxes, click submit, and the site will create a clean PDF you can print for signature and save in your files.
To give it a try, go to: www.8424compliance.com
As I stated in my newsletter earlier this week, advisors will have to follow Prohibited Transaction Exemption 84-24 in order to be in compliance.
What does that mean from a practical standpoint?
It means advisors MUST have clients sign a disclosure and acknowledgement that discusses or discloses several items like:
-several different potential conflicts of interest
Most insurance companies put out their own generic forms advisors can use and there is nothing wrong with that. However, I figure an online/interactive form that can be filled in online and then printed is a much much better way to go. That’s why I created www.8424compliance.com.
If you have any feedback on the form or the Best Interest Questionnaire, feel free to email me or give me a call.
Next week I’ll be a putting on the site a longer Best Interest Questionnaire for those who want to gather and document that they have more information from the client to make a recommendation for the purchase of a commission-based product in an IRA or qualified plan.
FIAs With Tiered Commissions
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Roccy DeFrancesco, JD