March 6, 2016

For USU Employees: Spring Cleaning Your Finances

Live Life Well – USU Employee Lunchtime Speaker Series
Spring Cleaning Your Finances
Wednesday, March 30, 12 – 1 p.m.
Location: Merrill-Cazier Library, Room 101
Presenter: Adrie Roberts
Is your financial disorganization costing you money, time and causing you stress? Join us to learn great ways to get your finances tidied up for spring.

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  1. Every employee of Trilogy Wealth Advisors and Cambridge Investment Research, Inc. who has access to customer funds has been fingerprinted and had a complete FBI background check, per industry regulations. Every time a change in your client data (for example: address, investment objective, occupation) is made, this change should be reported to your financial advisor for documentation. This change will generate a regulatory-required letter stating that the change has been made to your account. This helps protect you in two ways: in the event of unauthorized changes to your client account, you will receive written notice to alert you, and if a key-stroke error or typo has created an input error, you will also have the opportunity to correct your account. If no such changes occur, you will receive a letter every 3 years just to verify that the information on file is still accurate.

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