You’ve been working with a financial advisor for some time now, but now you’re starting to have doubts that you hired the right person for the job.
Hopefully, you did a background check on them first, right?
Is that financial planner more interested in helping you achieve your financial dream or just trying to sell you something?
Too often people have handed their money over to a financial advisor without researching whether they were good or not.
Even worse is that when they suspect that they are not getting the service they deserve, they don’t do anything about it.
If you have a suspect financial advisor, here are warning signs that you need to tell them,”You’re Fired,” and move on.