The advice financial planners give should, of course, always benefit their clients — and it typically does. Sometimes, however, advisors’ guidance falls short.

Why does this happen? It’s often the result of an advisor’s false sense of ability (some might call it overconfidence or even a know-it-all complex), coupled with a lack of training, knowledge or experience.

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