Fee-Only vs Broker:
What's The Difference?

Not all financial advisors are the same. Some only manage investments, some offer financial planning services to address everything from reducing debt to saving more effectively for retirement and college, and some just trade stocks or sell investment products and insurance. To make it even more confusing, many are licensed to do all of the above.

How financial advisors are licensed and regulated determines how they earn a living. Some are fee-only, meaning they’re paid directly by you, whereas others earn commissions from the products they sell.

So does their registration or compensation method determine whether they’re obligated to work in your best interests, rather than their own? Download our free infographic to find out.

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