Why You (Yes, You) Should Consider Getting A Financial Planner
By Deena Drewis
For the uninitiated, the words “financial planner” likely conjures up a whole slew of imagery assumed to be exclusive to the rich and responsible: Finger bowls. Rhubarb. Prenups. Tiny, tiny pickles that they insist on calling “cornichons.”
But having a professional advise you on what’s dumb and not-dumb when it comes to taking care of your finances isn’t, by any means, strictly reserved for people with so much money sitting around that of course they need help keeping an eye on it.