By Mary Beth Storjohann via Iris.xyz
As discussed in last week’s column, even if you are working with a financial planner, at times you may also need the services of a financial specialist such as an attorney, accountant, or insurance agent.
In a situation where the specialist’s advice may seem to conflict with the suggestions of your financial planner, as a rule the specialist always has the last word. After all, they are the experts. Their particular knowledge is the reason your generalist financial planner recommended consulting them in the first place.
Occasionally, however, a specialist’s recommendations may not be in your best interest. Most are skilled professionals who are very good at their jobs and provide a great service to their clients in moving the financial planning process forward. However, as in any profession, there are exceptions.
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