The Skinny on Fat Investing Costs

Do you know how much you're paying to invest your money? Several factors are pushing prices down for consumers, so savvy retirement savers have options.

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Recently, a new client joined my practice and her investing costs dropped by almost 70%. She was paying far too much for a big, old brand name with their fancy suits and high-rise office space. Her accountant finally convinced her that the “value” she was receiving was not worth the cost.

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Andy Burdsall, Investment Adviser
President, Riverbend Financial Group

Andy Burdsall is the president of Riverbend Financial Group in Jeffersonville, Ind., a firm that focuses on income creation and legacy planning for its clients. He is a Registered Principal with Securities America, Inc. and an insurance professional.