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July 14 2016 - NRS Insights

Series 7 Exam Prep Tutorial – Options

Check out a tutorial from FIRE’s famous Options module for the Series 7 study guide by expert instructor Carol Weber. Our Series 7 Exam Prep program makes the most difficult concepts easy in helping you pass!
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June 29 2016 - NRS Insights

Avoid Failure to Supervise Claims

Some of the best practices employed by compliance professionals who avoid failure to supervise allegations, is to consistently document their supervisory efforts. These professionals will have a system of documenting, (and retrieving), meeting notes, conversations, red flags, investigations, and follow-up activities. All in an effort to provide verification of how they satisfied the supervisory requirements delegated to them.
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June 16 2016 - NRS Insights

Supervision and Surveillance

FIRE Solutions is pleased to announce the addition of Supervision and Surveillance to our Firm Element Continuing Education course catalog.
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Test Center
June 2 2016 - NRS Insights

Testing Centers: The Mysteries Unveiled

Taking a licensing exam is a nerve-wracking experience. You’ve spent weeks learning new concepts and terms, taken countless practice quizzes and exams, and chances are that your career is dependent on passing the exam. Even after all your preparation, there’s one more unknown that comes into play: The Testing Center.
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June 1 2016 - NRS Insights

Cybersecurity for Representatives and Clients

FIRE Solutions is pleased to announce the addition of Cybersecurity for Representatives and Clients to our Firm Element Continuing Education course catalog.
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Exam
June 1 2016 - NRS Insights

The Devil You Know Is Better Than the Devil You Don’t

With the passing requirement for the Series 66 exam being lowered from 75% to 73% effective July 1, 2016, many candidates are asking if they should put off testing until after July 1. Certainly getting a 73% is easier than a 75%, right? Another way to consider it is that “the devil you know is better than the devil you don’t.”
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