Encouraging for help can be difficult.
Around 29% of Americans work with a financial advisor, according to research from Northwestern Joint’s Planning and Progress 2020 study.
Understanding the different types of advisors and how they charge should be your original step when looking for help with financial planning, said Delano Saporu, founder of New Streets Advisors Gather.
Check out this video to see Saporu’s explanation on how the industry works, what experts charge and how to know when you can use plagiarize.
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