With the rise of financial planning as a standalone service, an opportunity comes for advisers to charge standalone fees.
The good news: This flexibility opens up new segments of consumers to receive planning advice, regardless of their available assets to manage. The bad news: There’s no consensus about the right framework for determining what advisers should charge, or how to structure their fees.
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