I'm looking for personalized advice from a Financial Advisor.When I was going through the Fools School, I saw the following:"We've grown weary of the charlatans who sell investment products based on commission. It is in this spirit that we developed a Foolish service where subscribers can get independent, expert, affordable, and instructive financial advice on an as-needed basis. Because we couldn't think of a suitably clever name (nominations are accepted), we call the service TMF Money Advisor."on this page:http://www.fool.com/school/13steps/13steps02.htm?ref=SchAgThat prompted me to join what is now called MF Green Light.While the service looks great, and I'm already getting my money's worth, I'd like to really talk to someone.I'm a relatively young (42 year old) Navy Retiree (Retired Chief), and I've had some pretty drastic (mostly good) changes in the last few years. I have a much better paying job, my education (Master's in Information Technology) is being half paid for by my new employer, and I'm engaged to a professional who has a very nice salary herself.My daughter starts college at a local community college this fall, and my son's going to be a Jr. in High School.I was looking around here at Green Light and I didn't see an obvious place to talk to someone, or to find a financial advisor.Am I missing something? Where can I find a financial advisor I can trust?Sincerely,Motley Fool newbie,ITDude (Ted)
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