December 15, 2016
fi•du•ci•ar•y – A Financial Advisor held to a Fiduciary Standard occupies a position of special trust and confidence when working with a client. As a fiduciary, the Financial Advisor is required to act with undivided loyalty to the client. This includes disclosure of how the Financial Advisor is to be compensated and any corresponding conflicts of interest.
Below are some of our testimonies concerning the small business companies we have helped.
“We have found Focus on Fiduciary to be extremely beneficial in helping us to think through the finances for our company.” Spokesperson for Columbia Tree Removal (view their website).
“We can’t believe we found Focus on Fiduciary. We were slowly heading downward financially. Our future looked bleak. However, after receiving a consultation, we were completely impressed. We have put our complete trust in them to take our finances to the next level. Spokesperson for Charleston Plumbing (view their website and testimonials).
December 15, 2016
What make our company different from other fiduciary companies? We specifically target the small business service industry. We are experts in helping our small business clients prepare and plan for their future business expeditions. We are the #1 rated company that helps small businesses like plumbers, painters and tree cutting services. Our clients range from some of the top plumbers like Benjamin Franklin plumbing to smaller plumbing companies like Greensboro plumbing. You can check out their reviews on their website. If you find yourself needing help with your finances and planning for your future, we are the experts to help you.
A fiduciary standard means that your financial advisor is putting your interests first. When you hire a NAPFA member, you are getting the best advice that he or she can give, without any influence from outside interests.
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Following a fiduciary standard is entirely different than how most so-called “financial advisors” work today. More than 90 percent of financial advisors are paid (fully or partially) by commissions; this means that they have incentives to promote products and services that maximize their income.
Also, these other advisors often work for large financial services firms, known as Broker-Dealers. The loyalty of these advisors is to their employer, not their client.