When you want a financial plan developed with your goals and interests put above all else, it’s a good time to engage a fee-based financial planner.
Fee-based financial planners design unique personal financial plans and are compensated for their time and expertise. Under this fee structure, the planner is a fiduciary and a responsibility to place your interests first.
Of course, a fee-based planner’s role can goes beyond just providing expert guidance in the creation of your financial plan. A fee-based planner can also help you consider the implementation of your plan which may include a combination of appropriate insurance, brokerage, advisory and/or private client platform solutions.
In the end, your planner is paid to work with you to make sure your financial needs are met with care, with expertise and with an understanding of your unique circumstances and individual goals. Together, you will agree on the appropriate fee structure based upon those needs and the specific services required.