Finding an honest financial adviser

If you want a good shot at putting your kids through college, enjoying your retirement and avoiding being a burden to your loved ones, you need a comprehensive financial plan. But in the post–Bernie Madoff era, whom can you trust? Wharton School Professor Kent Smetters gives you the top three questions that you should ask a financial adviser to make sure you are getting advice that fits your best interests.

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by Kent Smetters



Updated on: November 8, 2022 · 4 min read

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