Most of us understand the importance of routine car maintenance and yearly health check-ups; why is choosing a Financial Adviser to review the health of our retirement portfolio something that makes us so uncomfortable?  For starters, how are we to know if the person dispensing advice truly has our best interests in mind?  And then what about the cost of said advice?  Suzanne Mcgee, with the Guardian’s US Money Blog, gives some advice for how and when to look to an investment professional, and shares two magic words that should be brought up when choosing the best adviser for you.  Read the full article here.

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