Any advisor who’s had a teacher for a client knows that in the subject of personal finance, educators need help.

You can't blame them for being bad students though. Too many have bought expensive products from salesmen more concerned about making quotas than showing educators  the best way to save for their future. These salesmen are giving them suitable products (according to the fiduciary standard) and taking advantage of them.

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