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I think that all financial planners who work on a commission basis will be selling some form of load type investments.

If you want to use a financial planner and invest in no-load funds, then you have to hire a Fee-Only planner. They simply charge by the hour for their time, and don't make commissions.

NAPFA (National Association of Personal Financial Advisors) promotes Fee-Only Planning, and you can find a NAPFA member near you using their website:

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