Step 3: Sign Documents

Step 3: Sign Documents

Once you have been accepted into Kirsten & Associates, you will need to log in to view and sign the documents. They will be located in the same place that you went to join our IBO. Click the orange box “Start Now”:
  1. Click View Document (Orange box)
  2. Scroll ALL THE WAY to the bottom of the document
  3. “Sign” will then turn orange
  4. Click Sign
  5. Confirm
Once you have signed both documents please send an email to so we can finalize your request to join Kirsten & Associates. Once finalized you can move forward to the next step, Choosing a client certification course.
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