Too many Americans don’t have a good understanding of how much they pay their advisors – and it’s not their fault. Many fees remain tortuously complex, buried in fine print, or described so ambiguously that they’re nearly impossible to decipher. Unfortunately for investors, these hidden fees can add up to hundreds of thousands of dollars over the course of a full lifetime
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