Most financial advisors receive the bulk of their compensation indirectly from third parties. This can lead to questionable recommendations that pay higher commissions. Good luck figuring out what you actually pay.
Our firm was created so that we could begin working on our client’s side of the table! As a fee-only financial planner, we do not sell products for commissions or accept kickbacks. All of our firm’s revenue comes directly from our clients in an effort to cut out major conflicts of interest.
Our pricing is designed to be ultra transparent. As a result, our incentive is to deliver maximum value to clients. It’s much easier for our clients to measure cost-benefit because they know what they’re actually paying.
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