Finding the right financial advisor can be challenging, especially if you don’t know what to look for. In this video, Arielle O’Shea discusses what financial advisors do, typical costs and fee structures and tips for vetting financial advisors. [Disclaimer: Arielle O’Shea is not a financial advisor. She’s an editor and spokesperson at NerdWallet]

Financial advisors help people manage their money and reach their financial goals. They can provide a range of financial planning services, from investment management to budgeting guidance to estate planning. Picking the right financial advisor for your situation is key — doing so means you won’t end up paying for services you don’t need, or working with an advisor who isn’t a good fit for your financial goals.

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