No. of Recommendations: 3
franksmartin:

<<<At your income and asset level, it really would be worthwhile to have professional financial planning.>>>

"I tend to shun advisors, all of the literature i have read suggests that, like fund managers, few of them beat the S&P. Thats why i'm a Fool and so far so good. I have been using MF newletters for 3 years and have beat the market handily for all 3."

There is more to financial planning than investment advice, and I do not believe that OP necessarily meant an investment adviser.

I second the advice. A few hours time for a fee-only financial advisor would be money well spent, IMO, even if you plan to continue making your own investment chocies.

Regards, JAFO
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