By Keagan Kinsella | Tuesday, March 6th, 2018
Imagine you went to your doctor because you have a sore throat. But, you also are breaking out in hives all over your face. The doctor diagnoses you with strep, writes a prescription, and sends you on your way. Sure, your throat might feel better, but what about the hives? What if the hives are a sign of something more seriously wrong?
A good doctor would not ignore other problems you have, just because it was easy to treat the strep. Seems like common sense, right? As strange as the connection might seem, I’m here to tell you why financial advisors should act like good doctors and diagnose all of your symptoms before developing a plan of action!