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The Wrong Way to Pay for Financial Advice – Motley Fool



The Wrong Way to Pay for Financial Advice
Motley Fool
Most financial advisors charge a fee based on a percentage of your investments, called an asset under management (AUM) fee. If you have $500,000, a 1% fee means you'll pay $5,000 a year. One million dollars with the same advisor costs $10,000 a year, ...

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