Have You Outgrown Your Financial Professional?

I meet a lot of people who say they really value the advice they've gotten over the years from their financial professional.

They appreciate the help they received while saving for a house, trying to stay out of debt, getting their kids through college and accumulating their nest egg.

And yet, sometimes the same folks who say they "love" their advisers start to notice that they don't necessarily have all the answers when it comes to retirement.

That doesn't mean their advisers aren't good at what they do. It just means what they do is no longer a

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