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Fee Based Financial Advisor


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The Fee Based advisors are different from traditional advisor on method of compensation. A fee based financial advisor are those who receive fees paid by you, and commissions paid to them by a brokerage firm, mutual fund company, insurance company, or investment partnership. Unlike traditional financial advisors who receive a commission from mutual fund and insurance companies for placing their clients money into their respective products, fee-based advisors earn fees from advice and they make commissions on some of the products they sell. Thus advisors interests are considered to be more in line with those of their clients.

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