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10000% agree with you - I have been very reluctant to use a financial advisor mostly because I want to learn and I am so happy resources like yours exist - certainly would have appreciated that a few years back when I got started myself :)
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Thanks so much for sharing @iynnaThere are definitely advisors that are honest and do business the right way--I always suggest people who want to get extra help to look for Fee-only advisors (who are fiduciaries and don't charge commissions)If there are any friends in your social circles that would benefit, would definitely appreciate you sharing the course with them!