Retiring early (55) and am wondering if I should get a certified planner. This might be a dumb question, but does a planner save you money in the long run, if you are not at all familiar with investing? Or, is it better to go through an agency like Scwabb or Fidelity and let them advise you and review your investment every six months? I appreciate this board and thank you for the information you provide. lonesomepine, the novice
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