Advice for finding an adviser
Peggy S. Cabaniss, the new president of the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors, came to visit me this week. I'm a big fan of NAPFA advisers (our style here is "adviser" with an "e") because they work on a fee-only basis and seem to provide truly objective advice.
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