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What to Bring to Your First Meeting with Your Financial Adviser

More than half of Americans do not work with a financial adviser, according to recent research. And yet studies have shown that people who work with a financial adviser tend to be better prepared for retirement and more confident in their future.

Oftentimes, the reason that many Americans choose not to work with a financial adviser is simply paralysis by analysis. They don't know

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