7 signs you're taking money advice from the wrong people
- If you're taking money advice from the wrong people, you might be getting inaccurate information.
- If you're following trends, not doing your own research, and not consulting a financial professional, you might be taking money advice from the wrong people.
- And, if you wouldn't trust them as your financial planner, you might not want to be taking their advice.
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If you're taking money advice from the wrong people, it will probably be easy to tell.
While there is a lot of good money advice out there, there's an equal amount of bad money advice. If you find yourself blindly following advice without doing your own research, following the latest financial trends, and acting on advice impulsively, you might be getting some bad advice.And, if you aren't consulting with a financial planner before making moves, you could be taking some of that bad advice.
If you're taking money advice from the wrong people, you might notice one of these red flags.
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