When clients enter their financial advisors' offices and express frustrations about a retail bank's mistakes or overcharges, the damages are usually too small to merit any individual legal action.
"It's $24 here and $45 there, and often there is very little you can do," says Debra Brennan Tagg, managing director of Brennan Financial Services in Addison, Texas.
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