What do financial advisers do? This is a question that a lot of people probably wonder on a daily basis. In this week’s podcast Tom and Brendan discuss just what a financial adviser does. They will also talk about why most households in the US, with between $100,000 and $500,000 in assets, have not developed any sort of plan for their retirement. Tom explains why people might be reluctant to contact a financial adviser. You will also learn what the differences between a wealth manager, financial planner, investment planner, and money manager are because not knowing what these people do before investing with them could be a mistake.
There are an abundance of reasons to tune in to this week’s Mullooly Asset Management podcast. If you have ever wondered what financial advisers do, or are just curious as to what the different titles in the industry mean; this podcast is for you! A better understanding of this information could potentially free you from more hesitation in contacting a financial adviser.
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