What’s next in the evolution of fee compensation models for financial planners?
As the profession has shifted from product sales to providing and implementing a client’s financial plan, compensation models have also adapted. Now, with the Department of Labor’s pending fiduciary rule, planners and their clients are reconsidering the relationship between fees, service and accountability.
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