A patient walks into the doctor’s office with a range of symptoms and asks, “what’s the treatment and what’s this going to cost me, doc?”
The doctor is obviously going to tell the patient they need more information about the individual, they’ll need to perform tests, etc. before being able to provide a quote, right?
Look, I hate ambiguity, but I’m going to be straight with you about the cost for financial advice.
Every person’s circumstances are different, and the type of financial advice they’re require will also vary.
Now, I know that’s not helpful at all, so let me put your mind at ease.
Evey person’s circumstances are different, and the type of financial advice they need will vary.
Most people aren’t taught about how to effectively manage their money, how to invest to generate wealth, the difference between taxable and assessable income, and all of that fun stuff.
Grant Millar and G&A Family Investments Pty Ltd t/as Inspired Financial Planners are Authorised Representatives of Synchron Advice, AFS Licence No. 243313
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