Most advisors pride themselves on being sensitive to client needs and issues, and many firms strive to be professional fiduciaries by putting the needs of clients far ahead of what might be better for the firm.

Many of these advisors and firms think of themselves as “client centric.” You probably do, as well; in fact, you may be thinking, “We’re completely focused on our clients, so of course we must be client centric.”

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