Traditional, legacy financial firms and so-called experts usually have agendas. How can you hire the proper financial advisor, insurance agent, attorney, or accountant? Consumer beware and be prepared! Big brand names that spend millions on advertising is not an indication of superior expertise.
IS YOUR ADVISOR A
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