Fees | How Much Are You Paying | Planning Insights
How much do you pay for wealth management? Typically, wealth management firms provide their services for an annual fee approximating 1% of the assets in an investor’s account. Through the years, this 1% yearly fee has become something of an industry standard.1
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1 - advisoryhq.com/articles/financial-advisor-fees-wealth-managers-planners-and-fee-only-advisors/ [4/17/16]
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