RRC® Practice Standards and Code of Conduct
The role of a Registered Retirement Consultant (RRC) licensee in financial planning goes beyond merely analyzing the existing financial resources of a client and determining how much must be saved in order to live his or her desired retirement life.
An RRC licensee should be prepared to assist their client in developing realistic expectations regarding retirement objectives and living standards and to help ensure that the client is aware of the decisions and adjustments that they may have to make to experience their planned retirement life.
An RRC licensee should be able to help his or her client retire to their preferred retirement life—not just retire from their current way of life—by helping the client plan what they will do and how they will afford it.
All Registered Retirement Consultants must abide by the RRC License Agreement.
All Registered Retirement Consultants must also abide by the RRC Code of Conduct.
All Registered Retirement Consultants must also abide by the RRC Practice Standards.