To heck with a day. What a difference a vowel can make. For example, are you an investment advisor or investment adviser? What about your firm? How do you spell it there?
Dictionaries are not very enlightening. Merriam-Webster as well as Dictionary.com unhelpfully suggest: ad•vis•er also ad•vi•sor. The Associated Press Stylebook hints at a solution by resolutely stating: “Adviser | Not advisor.” Unfortunately, that doesn’t really account for the fact that “Registered Investment Adviser” seems just plain wrong. Continue reading “Are You an Investment Advisor or an Investment Adviser?”