Is Your Advisor Acting As Your Fiduciary? I Am and Here’s Why.

The word “fiduciary” comes from the Latin word “fiducia,” meaning trust. A fiduciary is an individual or firm, typically a financial or investment advisor, who manages another party’s assets and is legally obligated to act in that party’s best financial interest. Advisors held to a fiduciary standard are not typically motivated by third-party incentives or commissions. Their primary purpose is to ensure the financial well-being of their clients and not be enticed by the prospect of their own financial gain...

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