The Advisers Act requires Alexander Financial Planning, Inc. to provide a written disclosure, known as a disclosure “brochure”, to prospective and existing clients. We will use Part 2A of Form ADV as our disclosure brochure. Initial delivery of the brochure must be furnished to a client or prospective client either:
• At least 48 hours prior to entering into an advisory agreement or,
• At the same time of entering contract, provided the client may terminate the contract without penalty within 5 business days after entering into the contract.
We will offer to deliver on an annual basis, without charge, a copy of our brochure upon written request from a client. We will record the date the request was received and will provide the brochure by either US Mail or electronic delivery (per the client’s preference) within 7 days of receipt of request. We will record the date upon which our brochure was distributed to clients or prospective clients and will retain this record for a minimum of 5 years.
Delivery of Information
We will disclose to our clients any financial condition that is reasonably likely to impair AFPI’s ability to meet our contractual commitments to our clients.
We will disclose to our clients any legal or disciplinary event that may be material for a client to evaluate our integrity or ability to meet contractual commitments for a period of ten years from the time of the event. A listing of legal or disciplinary actions required to be disclosed may be found in Rule 206(4)-4 of the Advisers Act, a copy of which is maintained by the CCO.
Proxy Voting Disclosures
Upon inception of a client relationship, AFPI will provide the client with a description of the firm’s proxy voting policies.
Our website, alexanderfinancialplanning.com, provides general information and is not intended to offer financial planning or investment advice via the internet. It is intended as a manner for you to learn about our services and contact us for further information. The material posted on our website is general in nature, and based on information available in the marketplace that is believed to be reliable and authoritative. However, the information provided is not guaranteed as to its accuracy and does not constitute a basis for sound investment or financial planning decisions. It may not be applied indiscriminately to particular situations where it may not be completely applicable.