Hiring a financial planner isn't just for the wealthy anymore. Regular investors also can get reasonably priced help, business reporter Walter Hamilton writes in The Times' Mutual Fund Quarterly Report.
As a legion of do-it-yourself investors gets older and their portfolios grow larger, many people find they need guidance from a financial planner. Fortunately, investment advice doesn't have to break the bank. You can turn to online-brokerage and mutual fund companies, fee-only financial planners, and even from an emerging crop of websites popping up on the Internet.
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