CHARTERED FINANCIAL CONSULTANT Definition

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CHARTERED FINANCIAL CONSULTANT (ChFC) is a financial planning designation for the insurance industry. ChFCs must meet experience requirements and pass exams covering finance and investing. They must have at least three years of experience in the financial industry, and have studied and passed an examination on the fundamentals of financial planning, including income tax, insurance, investment and estate planning.

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TAX is a charge against a legal entitys person or property or activity for the support of government, e.g. income taxes, sales taxes, duties and levies.

SHARE BUY-BACK is when a company makes an offer to buy back some of its own shares. There are several types of buy-backs. Three common types are: 1. an equal access scheme - when the company offers to buy back the same proportion of each shareholders shares; 2. a selective buy-back - when the company offers to buy back shares from only one or some of its shareholders; or, 3. the company may buy the shares on the exchange where the shares are traded.

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