When working with a financial advisor, it is critical to understand how they are compensated – by fees or by commissions. How your advisor is paid can tell you a lot about whether their financial interests are aligned with yours.
Investment advisors go by many different names. What they call themselves is not important; what does matter is the services they provide. So what should you expect from your investment advisor?
Does the person you rely on for investment advice ALWAYS act in your best interest? Most people assume the answer is yes, but that assumption is not a valid one. Here is why working with a fiduciary is so important.
Choosing the right financial planner to work with is a big decision. So, what should you be looking for beyond just the obvious educational requirements and professional designations?
When it comes to investing and financial planning, it seems like everyone has an opinion. So how do you spot good advice from bad?