For many advisers, environmental, social and governance investing can present a dilemma.

“It makes clients feel better to be in socially responsible funds, but it’s not necessarily in their best financial interest,” says CFP Maria Cornelius, executive vice president of Burt Wealth Advisors in Rockville, Md.

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