With the likely phase-in of fiduciary rules, the onslaught of low-cost investing choices and the public having easy access to free investment advice, many advisers are concerned about their compensation going forward. Some even fret about going out of business.
Advisers who provide primarily investment advice or comprehensive financial planning, but charge based on assets under management, have great cause for worry.
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