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Equal Housing Lender. Stewards of Capital & Co., LLC. 8603 South Dixie Highway, Suite 218, Pinecrest FL 33156, NMLS #383954 is licensed by the Department of Corporations regulated under the Florida Office of Financial Regulation, Florida Department of Financial Services and governed by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.  Stewards of Capital & Co., LLC is a proud members of the Certified Financial Planning Board of Standards, (CFP®), Certified Mortgage Planning Specialist Institute (CMPS®), International Association of Registered Financial Consultants (IARFC®), Mortgage Bankers Association  (MBA), National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (NAIFA), and the Better Business Bureau (BBB)

Identifying & Evaluating Alternatives

The financial planning practitioner shall consider sufficient and relevant alternatives to the client's current course of action in an effort to reasonably meet the client's goals, needs and priorities.

After analyzing the client's current situation and prior to developing and presenting the recommendation(s), our financial professionals shall identify alternative actions. The practitioner shall evaluate the effectiveness of such actions in reasonably meeting the client's goals, needs and priorities.


This evaluation may involve, but is not limited to, considering multiple assumptions, conducting research or consulting with other professionals. This process may result in a single alternative, multiple alternatives or no alternative to the client's current course of action.  In considering alternative actions, the practitioner shall recognize and, as appropriate, take into account his or her legal and/or regulatory limitations and level of competency in properly addressing each of the client's financial planning issues.


More than one alternative may reasonably meet the client's goals, needs and priorities. Alternatives identified by the practitioner may differ from those of other practitioners or advisers, illustrating the subjective nature of exercising professional judgment.