The SEC cares what you think and wants to hear from you. For every proposed rule, they solicit public comment, and BY LAW they must read and take into account every comment letter. While signing your name to a form letter is good, writing your own comment letter is a far more effective means of advocacy. Individual letters elevate your voice and ensure your concerns and perspective are acknowledged. Here’s how to craft an effective comment letter.
Guide to writing an effective comment letter:
One of the easiest ways to make a massive difference is through contacting your congressional representative and advocating for a specific rule or regulation.
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