Who Can you Trust with Your Money? (Paperback)Bonnie S. Kirchner (author)
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" Bonnie Kirchner is perhaps the only person in America who is qualified enough to write this book. She has the experience, the firsthand knowledge, and the credibility to help you find a personal financial advisor you can trust. In ways no other author could, she helps you navigate the oftentimes treacherous world of personal financial advice and helps you learn how to find someone you can trust with your money, your financial plan, and your life's goals."
- Robert Powell, Editor, Retirement Weekly; Retirement Columnist, MarketWatch.com/retirement
" This book is a must read for those consumers thinking about hiring a financial advisor and for those who have one already. Bonnie shares her personal story so that you can be protected from the scammers and the thieves that seem to lurk in the shadows. 99% of financial advisors are the good guys that wear the white hats and really want to help their clients succeed. Bonnie can help you sift through the masses to weed out that bad seed."
- Dee Lee, CFP®, Harvard Financial Educators and Personal Finance Editor, WBZ radio-CBS affiliate, Boston
" The two biggest risks to your financial well-being are not the markets and the economy; they are fraud and bad advice. The author shares her personal story of how this can happen even with those we trust the most. More importantly, she gives you the knowledge of what financial planning is all about and then how to steer clear of potential fraud or just plain bad advisors!"
- Dave Caruso, CFP®, Chairman and CEO, Coastal Capital Group
Is Your Financial Advisor Stealing From You?
If it could happen to Bernie Madoff's clients, it could happen to you. Make sure it doesn't. Bonnie Kirchner reveals the hidden signs that could mean you're getting ripped off-and what to do about it if you are. You'll also learn how to identify a truly reputable advisor and build a relationship that gives you your money's worth. Nobody's more qualified than Kirchner to write this book. She's a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional who was one of New England's leading TV personal finance reporters. And, as the unwitting victim of her ex-husband, notorious Ponzi schemer Brad Bleidt, she found her own life ripped apart by one of the nation's biggest financial scandals. Since divorcing Bleidt, she's devoted herself to understanding exactly how financial scammers operate. This book shares everything she learned the hard way-so you won't have to!
* Choose a capable advisor you can trust
* Ask the right questions; check the right details
* Build a successful relationship with your advisor
* Recognize minor discrepancies that may mean something is very wrong
* Protect yourself if you learn you are being ripped off
Publisher: Pearson Education (US)
Number of pages: 224
Weight: 250 g
Dimensions: 207 x 138 x 15 mm
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