How Financial Advisors Are Paid

Common Sense Financial Podcast

How Financial Advisors are Paid

2018 marks Brian’s 25th year in business and with that comes a lot of experience working with other financial advisors. Some of those experiences are good while some of them, well, not as good.

The truth is that there are many people in the financial services business that are truly helping people. They are sincere and put their best foot forward trying to help. However, not all financial advisors are alike.

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