The Market For “Lemons” In Financial Advice: How Higher Standards Can Lower Costs And Increase Access To Advice

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Executive Summary In a now-famous 1970 paper, economist George Akerlof used the market for used cars to demonstrate the negative effects that can occur when there are significant information asymmetries between buyers and sellers of a good or service. He highlighted…

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Serving Pro Bono Clients As A Busy Advisor: How Advisers Give Back Makes Volunteering Easy

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Executive Summary Working as a financial advisor can be both financially rewarding and emotionally satisfying. By helping clients develop financial goals, creating a financial plan, and supporting the implementation and monitoring of the plan, advisors help clients live their best lives.…

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