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My parents are approaching retirement and need the financial advice of a professional. Does anyone know a good way to find a reliable independent financial advisor in San Antonio? Unfortunately I live in Seattle so I'm not able to help them as much as I like. I'm afraid my folks aren't terribly money savvy, and I'd hate for them to try and figure their investments out themselves. (Especially when last night my mom said "I want to get the best return on my money that I can!" Warning bells!!) They are open to the idea of getting outside help, but I don't want them going to somebody who has their own interests in mind. Any suggestions?
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