Ferret out your financial advisor's fees

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Ferret out your financial advisor's fees

Before signing on with a financial planner or advisor, ask these questions.
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Jul 01, 2010
By dvm360.com staff

Many veterinarians choose a guide to help them find the path to financial independence. If you look for a financial planner or investment advisor, Joe Kain, CFP, owner and president of Sunflower Asset Management in Lenexa, Kan., recommends you start with these questions.

Click here to download "Ferret out fees, philosophies" as a PDF.

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