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Tag: fiduciary

Financial Life Planning: A Job, a Career, or a Calling?

Is the work you do to make a living a job, a career, or a calling? Recognizing the difference can pay you great dividends in many ways. A job is a paid position of regular employment that puts bread on the table but doesn’t necessarily provide a lot of satisfaction or...

When Ethical Financial Advice is “Don’t Hire Me”

“If I was your financial adviser, I would tell you that engaging me is not a good deal for you.” I’ve told hundreds of prospects this over my nearly 40-year career as a financial planner. I can make a good argument that almost everyone would benefit from...

Financial Planning After Retirement

After you retire, do you still need financial planning? And can you afford it? The answer to the first question is clearly “yes.” The answer to the second is “It depends.” At times it’s true that a financial planner becomes unaffordable in...

Here are 7 Financial Advisor Red Flags

A financial advisor that you feel you can trust is not automatically one who is trustworthy. Making that distinction can be crucial to your financial well-being. “Feeling” that a person is trustworthy or “listening to your gut” is not a safe...

Is Your Advisor Happy? Should You Care?

Watch this video on YouTube “If I could pick up a megaphone and say one thing to the clients of financial advisors it would be to make sure your advisor is happy.” This statement came from a well-respected, nationally known investment advisor with 20 years...