This week, one of my favorite investment writers — Dan Bortolotti of Canadian Couch Potato — announced that he’s joining up with an advisory practice in Toronto to offer a flat-fee planning service to almost-DIY investors.
Interestingly, I can’t think of any other bloggers/writers who have made such a shift in the past, despite it seeming like a fairly natural transition. I wonder if we’ll see more of this sort of thing in the next few years.
- 8 Mistakes That Even Sophisticated Investors Make With Their 401(k)s from Christine Benz
- Is it Worth Trading In Your Index Fund for a Cheaper Model? from Monevator
- The 4% Rule Is Not Safe in a Low-Yield World from Wade Pfau
- What’s Your Personal Retirement Number? from Steve Vernon
- 401(k) Mutual Funds: Mediocre from the Financial Security Project
- Want Lower Returns? Try Timing Industry Sectors from Rick Ferri
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- The End of Estate (Tax) Planning? from Joe Taxpayer
- Beware Airline Fee Follies from Allan Roth
Thanks for reading!