What Is It Costing You For Advice?

There is no free lunch, especially not in the financial industry.

Most financial advisors do not ‘charge’ for advice. They get compensated when a potential client takes action and decides to invest with them. The investments selected have a fee applied to them. Some of these are embedded. And can add to a substantial amount of money.




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Jennifer Thompson

Content writer, money, life & business coach. www.jenniferthompsonmoneycoach.com

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