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Do I need a financial adviser? (if yes, how much would it cost me?) by Brightbridge Wealth Management.

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Asked by natalia kurdova, 22 May '11 02:04 pm
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Maybe. Because qualified planners are trained to deal with myriad personal financial topics, they can help you set financial goals and priorities, then recommend

specific steps to meet them. This means they may give advice on how you should allocate your investments, what kind of insurance you really need and explain how certain

moves may affect your taxes or estate. It's then up to you to decide if you want to follow that advice.

And it's really tough to say how much it would cost you. Planner fees vary greatly and depend on how they charge, how much money you have, and what type of services you

need. With commission-based planners, it obviously depends on the investments you buy and how much you invest. Fee-based planners also vary quite a bit. The more money
Answered by myrna barney, 24 May '11 08:34 am

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If you have sizable money to invest, and huge property to look upon, you need an adviser.. He may charge 2% to 5 % of your annual income as his fees, but that depends on size of the income.
Answered by subhash, 22 May '11 02:11 pm

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