Financial Advisor Agreements

Each investment advisory contract is structured differently. But generally speaking, you can expect you to check the one provided by your financial advisor. Your agreement may also include a section indicating which of your accounts or assets will be managed by the advisor. To complete this section, you must enter the account name, account type, and account number. Remember that any assets that are not mentioned in the agreement may exceed the scope of what your advisor will manage. Working with a financial professional can offer many benefits if you need clarity or guidance to manage your money and investments. Once you have decided to use the services of a financial advisor and not a financial planner or other type of financial professional, you may be asked to sign an investment advisory contract. You ("Client") and BrightPlan, LLC ("BrightPlan"), a Delaware limited liability company and an investment advisor registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, agree to enter into a financial advisory relationship, subject to the terms of this investment advisory agreement ("Agreement"), which enables BrightPlan to provide the services described above. This Agreement shall be effective upon adoption by BrightPlan. It is important that this is agreed before you and your advisor continue with this contract. If there is a disagreement in the future, you will be glad to have mentioned it in the financial advisor contract. In this section of your investment advisory contract, you may also be asked to acknowledge that past performance is not an indicator of future results and that you do not blame the advisor for the losses you incur in your portfolio. .

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