May 26, 2017 10:35 pm

Commission vs. fee: How to pick a financial adviser right for you

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Should you switch from a commission to a fee-based retirement account? If you work with a brokerage account, your adviser may soon ask you that very question. That’s because  under the Labor Department’s new conflict-of-interest rule, which goes into effect next April, brokers are required to discuss with their clients what meets their best interests: keeping […]

6 Smart Investment Lessons From Mother

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A 2015 survey by Creditcards.com reported that Millennials consider mom their biggest financial influence. But that same survey also suggests that mom’s sway wanes as we age. Which is a shame. Because mothers (even those with little or no financial background) typically dole out smart advice that you can apply to your investing, even if […]

Darren Graff: Top Financial Advisor in NYC

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Managing your finances, portfolio, and estates are not an easy task. That’s where a lot of individuals and businesses seek a professional – a Financial Advisor. When it comes to Financial Advisors, you only want to be in the best hands. We caught up with one professional in NYC, Darren Graff, who gave us insights […]

Five factors for your asset allocation

This is a post from staff writer Robert Brokamp of The Motley Fool. Robert is a Certified Financial Planner and the adviser for The Motley Fool’s Rule Your Retirement service. When you think of your portfolio, visions of stocks, bonds and cash likely dance in your head. Generally, the mix of those investments is based on some […]

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