You may be surprised to learn that many advisors don't have to give advice that's in your best interest. What's more, they often earn the bulk of their income from the very funds they recommend you buy.
Conflicts of interest with retirement advice costs Americans billions of dollars every year. We put together this infographic to help explain the problem.
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