The financial landscape has changed drastically over the past 15 years. No longer is your financial professional someone who buys and sells investments on your behalf and charges a fee you don’t understand. Transparency is now leading the charge between the client and financial professionals. Interview your financial professional or potential financial professional and make sure you are a good fit.
Here are 10 essential questions to ask your financial professional:
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