Out of commission? Jill Kerby on fees for financial advice
The Central Bank’s imminent report on conflicts of interest and non-transparent fees should spark a welcome shake-up of the financial advice sector
Financial advisers are to your money what medical consultants are to your health. Their job should be to diagnose what ails you financially, or to prescribe your financial needs and recommend an appropriate course of action.
As their client, you then pay them an agreed fee commensurate with their time and expertise. After all, would you be happy if your medical consultant told you they were paid with a sales commission from the giant pharmaceutical...
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