A fee-based financial adviser sounds like the ideal professional to guide you in making important financial decisions. Here’s a cautionary tale to show why choosing a pro with transparent pricing still requires your due diligence.
How do you choose a good financial adviser? A first step is to identify and dismiss the bad ones. Here you’ll find a recap of some of my worst experiences along with a story about “guaranteed” returns that weren’t.
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