While investment costs have never been lower, some investors pay really high costs to non-fiduciaries. Clark explains a sneaky trick involving insurance agents posing as financial advisors, and the vital, costly difference between "fee-based" advisors and fee ONLY fiduciaries. Plus – Now is the time to break with cellular inertia and shop great new options that can serve you well and save you large dollars.
- Fake Wealth Advisors: Segment 1
- Ask Clark: Segment 2
- Cell Phone Plan Deals: Segment 3
- Ask Clark: Segment 4
Mentioned on the show:
- Online Brokerage Firms Struggle to Build Loyalty among Pandemic-Era Investors, J.D.Power Finds
- What Is a Fiduciary Financial Advisor and Do I Need One?
- What Is a 403(b) and How Does It Work?
- How to Buy Term Life Insurance in 7 Easy Steps
- The Best Term Life Insurance Companies
- AT&T Price Hikes Coming Soon
- AT&T Raises Prices on Wireless Plans to Address Higher Costs
- 5 Things To Know Before You Sign Up for AT&T Prepaid
- Best Cell Phone Plans in 2022: Deals For Every Budget
- Clark.com CELL PHONES / Clark Deals – Cell Plans
- Clark.com Consumer Cellular Review: 5 Things To Know Before You Sign Up
- Kroger Wireless Airtime Plans / MINT Modern Family Plan
- The Verge: You can now test drive T-Mobile's 5G home internet service
- T-Mobile 5G Home Internet: 5 Things To Know Before You Sign Up
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