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The advantages and disadvantages of using A fee-based financial adviser
by Tony Novak, CPA, MBA, MT
, revised 11/29/2011
10/1/2003 – Most financial advisers are paid based on a percentage of the assets in an account and through a commissions on transactions. But there are some significant advantages of working with an hourly-based adviser.
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