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Financial Planners - Who Needs Them?

Financial Plannersí Methods of Compensation

Typically, financial planners charge in one of three ways:

First, some charge by the hour; second, they charge a percentage of the assets in your portfolio they manage, or three, they earn commissions from the financial products and charge their clients no fees.

Analysis of each of these methods

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