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(Video) Question #10: How do you get paid? What are the fees?

July 23, 2020
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We are done!  This concludes the list of 10 Questions that we would ask an advisor.  Many of these, when meeting or working with the right advisor, will be proactively answered before you have the chance to ask...and that is what you want!  Today's question will strike fear into some of the advisors that I know, and that is also what you want!   "How do you get paid?  What are your fees?"   Most people do not ask this, so most advisors will not talk about it.   They should.    If the advisor is confident in what value they are delivering, this question will be easily and confidently answered.   In our next series "119 Things That An Advisor Does" will prove why the RIGHT advisors are more than worth what they charge.   Make it a great day.   


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