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Retirement advice: getting better, but still deficient Financial advisory firms have enhanced their retirement-planning services while the tools they use have also improved, according to a study. However, there is inconsistency regarding the fees they charge to their clients, the study finds. Clients who want professional help for their retirement planning are advised to prepare questions ahead of time to determine if the firms can address their concerns. They should consider up to five advisory firms and know how much these firms charge for the services, so they can pick the right firm for their needs.--Forbes

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