“There is a lot of anxiety for anyone looking for a financial planner. The anxiety can stem from: fear of selecting the wrong person, not knowing the types of credentials people have, the financial world’s endless supply of buzzwords, the sheer volume of choices, everyone around them ‘knowing someone,’ guarantees from so many people, the current economy and the list just seems to go on and on. This podcast can serve to alleviate the anxiety and provide a blueprint to selecting a financial advisor,” stated DBusiness magazine, DBusiness Daily News, Tech and Mobility News, Detroit 500, and Michigan Makers editor R.J. King
DBusiness editor R.J. King and Lou Melone, CFP® are your hosts in this financial planning podcast.
Episode three reviews the four criteria when evaluating a financial advisor which are team, firm type, planning strategy, and compensation model.
The discussion includes topics such as client vs. customer, the quantitative value of a financial advisor, the fiduciary standard some advisors adhere to, the different credentials advisors have, a list of ten questions to ask a potential financial advisor and much more.
This handy guide can help you narrow the focus and zero in on a retirement plan that could work for you in 2022. Because of the complexities involved with qualified retirement plans, always consult your legal or tax advisor to be sure you are complying with the rules.
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This whitepaper is a guide for you and your clients.
It will help in determining which plan is most appropriate for your client's situation and items to be reviewed.
Types of Retirement Plans for Closely Held Businesses
DBusiness editor R.J. King and Lou Melone, CFP® discuss the fundamentals of behavioral investing in episode one.
This new financial planning podcast helps answer a fundamental two part question ‘will you outlive your money, or will your money outlive you? …And the answer comes down to having a plan and understanding behavioral investing.
In his new book, Lou Melone, CFP outlines how you (or a client) can employ the principles and practices of financial planning to acquire long-term wealth for both family and those you cherish most.
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