Choosing an Advisor is as personal as choosing a doctor…
The details of how your money is invested, how much you save, and how you spend reveal a lot about you, your values, and your priorities. You should feel at ease with your advisor since you are sharing information you may not even share with friends or family. Your advisor should be trusted so you are comfortable with the advice you’re receiving. You want to work with a knowledgeable advisor who will be there for you, with your best interest in mind, offering guidance through every stage and milestone of your life.
Working with your advisor can help you define specific financial goals by reviewing your personal situation, giving careful consideration to factors such as your income, assets and liabilities, current portfolio, risk tolerance and time horizon.
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