Many financial advisors are used to dealing with celebrities, but being cited in public by name by the president is a different category altogether.

Yet for those who work in the independent planning channel, it wasn’t entirely surprising to hear President Obama laud low-cost planning pioneer Sheryl Garrett when he threw his support last year behind efforts to impose a government-mandated fiduciary standard on planners who work with retirement accounts.

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