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A financial advisory relationship is based on trust. Investors understandably want to know that the advisor they’re trusting with their money is going to do what’s in their best interests — not the advisor’s.

While there are many good and trustworthy people in all sectors of the financial services industry, only certain advisors have a legal responsibility to deliver a higher standard of care for their clients. Those advisors are called fiduciaries.

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