By reading this guide you will:
Find out if the financial advisor you hire will put your interests first.
Learn if your advisor is just a salesperson or an experienced expert.
Better understand the different types of financial advisors.
Find a financial advisor who specializes in your area of need.
Learn to tactfully determine the financial advisor's compensation model and identify potential conflicts of interest.
Decide if you should go with a "big name" firm or hire a boutique firm.
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