There are many kinds of financial advisers, including:
- Advisers at work
- Advisers at a financial institution, such as a bank
- Advisers at mutual fund companies and investment dealers
- Advisers at insurance companies
- Advisers for people with a lot of money to invest
Some advisers can only help you with certain kinds of investments. Some don't bill you for their help; others charge some kind of fee. Who does what? What does it cost? Learn more now.
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