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Not all financial advisors are created equal. In today’s financial world, it can be hard to know who is actually looking out for your best interests. How do you sort through all the noise and find reliable information you can trust?
This is where a fiduciary comes in.
A fiduciary is legally obligated to act in their clients’ best interests and only provide recommendations suited for them. Being a fiduciary isn’t just a marketing term that financial advisors use loosely. It’s a legally binding relationship that protects the client and assures them that their advisor is working in their best interest.
At Briggs Wealth Management, we are fiduciaries and all of the recommendations we make are in our clients’ best interests. We are not tied to any proprietary products or services and are not paid on commission. This means that we have more flexibility with the recommendations we provide.
Contact us today to learn more.