Financial advice extends beyond planning, ranging from managing funds to investment choices
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There is a flurry of activity in the financial planning and advisory space. The practice of earning a commission from the producer is on its way out and several advisers are designing value propositions to earn a fee from the customer.

Most financial advisers like the idea of financial goals, their estimation, and investment products designed to get there. Advisory is quickly getting equated to planning. This is a valuable thing to do and charge customers for, but financial advice should ideally cover a much larger ground.

There is no denying that the clientele for personal financial services is growing. While most open a bank account as soon as they begin to earn, they do not get dependable advice on how to manage their finances after that. Even opening a bank account has now become a matter of advice, with free pricing of deposits…………… continues on Economic Times

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Related News: Publishes Retirement Advice and Borrowing Advice for 2012
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Personal Finance expert Walter Edelstein has published several free articles that provide advice to get your retirement and borrowing needs on track for 2012.

Bayside, NY (PRWEB) December 26, 2011

Personal Finance expert Walter Edelstein, CFP® has published several easy to follow free articles that provide advice to help you get your retirement and borrowing needs on track as we enter 2012. Economic times are tough and finding the right answers to very basic questions can be tricky, not to mention expensive. Expert financial advice often comes with a hefty price tag. family of sites helps consumers find the information they need.

As we enter 2012 “It’s a t…………… continues on YAHOO!

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