Who do you trust more?
Who Do You Trust More? The BFM Difference.
BFM can help you plan your financial future with conflict-free advice.
If you desire more confidence about your financial future, want to manage your assets and life in a more thoughtful manner, and hope to achieve all of this with more clarity, you might ask the questions:
Do you need a broker or a registered investment adviser?
What is the difference?
And why does it matter how he or she is paid?
BFM Videos References
1. Fiduciary duty / standard
2. Constant annual transparent fee
3. Comprehensive services
See third party articles on this topic:
“Know the Difference Between a Broker and a Registered Investment Adviser” article by Kiplinger.
“Why your stockbroker doesn’t really work for you” article by Terry Savage.
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This newsletter was first published in January of 2018