Financial expertise and personal character are the top qualities Americans look for when selecting a financial planner, according to the First Command Financial Behaviors Index.
In a survey of middle-class Americans who work with a financial planner, 75% picked “knowledgeable” and “trustworthy” as the most important attributes they seek in a planner. “Honest” ran a close third at 70%.
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