Not entirely sure what a financial adviser actually does or how they can help you? This one's for you! In this episode, James Millard, director and head financial adviser at Sufficient Funds, joins Azaria on the podcast to touch on:
👉🏻 how a financial adviser can provide value in ways that books and podcasts can't
👉 seeing an adviser vs seeing an accountant, what's the difference?
👉🏽 how advisers charge
👉🏿 how to reach out to an adviser
👉🏻 the process of working with an adviser
👉 how to vet an adviser and find the right fit for you and your situation
Wondering what a first meeting would go down like? Check out the my millennial money episode where James meets with new clients, Blake and Jas, here: https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=745782
If you'd like to get in touch with James to chat about your situation, head to https://www.sortyourmoneyout.com/reach-out
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