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Financial Planners Can Learn From Their Mistakes–And So Can Their Clients

“I need to share a secret with you: financial advisors aren’t perfect.” That’s how financial planner Tim Maurer opens an article published online in Forbes on December 7, 2011. He goes on to explain that “anyone trained to be an advisor in the financial services industry proper . . . is likely given more instruction on molding your perception than on actually advising you.”

Maurer is an advocate for financial planners having their own planners, and he quotes Rick on the topic. You can read the entire article here.

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