Anyone have advice/recommend a financial advisor and or fin advising company? I'd like some direction on investing for retirement, mutual funds, and stocks, as I plan to invest in all 3. Should I go with Fidelity or one of those guys or something a little smaller to help with my planning?
Any tips or help on the above would help!
the have a proverbial dog in the fight so be careful when they start selling you product. I.E. Life insurance savings accounts
Nice work miles. Planning ahead is a crucial step these days.
@Reggie Maggard is right. Life policies have their place, but you can usually accomplish more with good mutual funds or other options.
When I have finance questions like yours, I usually look up an ELP on daveramsey.com. Regardless of how you feel about Dave, his ELPs are always focused on your personal financial goals. I am one for Insurance, so I know he holds his ELPs to high contractual standards. You are sure to get an expert in their field to help you plan the right path there.
I recommend reading Tony Robbins book on Money Mastering the Game. Mutual Funds are only good for the money managers.
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