Kiplinger’s: What if I Told You That You Were Worth $160?

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From a purely scientific and mathematical perspective, the human body is worth about $160, based on the physical components that make up our bodies. However, we are much more than just our physical makeup; we provide intrinsic value that goes beyond our costs. The same is true of your financial advisor. When considering your financial wealth and your investment strategy, you must look at the difference between cost and value. While hiring a robo-advisor may be a more cost-effective solution, the value that they provide is not the same as what you can get from an experienced financial advisor.

Our Senior Partner, Mark Cortazzo, discusses this concept of cost versus value and the positive impact of having a trusted financial advisor in this Kiplinger’s article.